This design is a classic that can’t go wrong. With its first introduction in the 60’s, the mod-style skirt transcends the decades to become a staple to every woman’s wardrobe. Pro tip: when you’re looking to invest in a utility skirt, there has to be a unique element that makes it stand out beyond the rest. Of course, it must also stand the test of time in respect to style and durability. Gotta get that bang for your buck, amiright? This baby is your answer, trust me on it.
The cut and color make this a versatile piece, allowing for use both in the office and out around town. But the real kicker is in the fabric – because it is scuba material, this skirt will not create creases deep as the Grand Canyon after a 9 hour day. It will also not cut off the circulation in your waist, if you happen to have a heavy lunch (engage: pizza). The price would not break or save your wallet, but it will sure infuse some inspiration into your closet.
Featured: COS / Short A-Line Skirt
• Smooth scuba material with folded, stitched down side details
• Simple straight hemline and concealed zip-up
• Khaki green
• 100% Polyester
• Machine washable
• $99 USD
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