Knee-Length Pleated Skirt (For Women)
About Knee-Length Pleated Skirt (For Women)
General Women's Size Chart
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Note: Please use the following sizing chart for general reference only. Sizes between different vendors and manufacturers do vary. Item specific sizing is best found in the item description.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by lilylou from Washington state on Tuesday, January 29, 2013I didn't get to wear it as it was too small so sent it back hoping to get it in a larger size. It was such a nice skirt for the money but it ran too small.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by fossil lover from South Bend IN on Monday, January 28, 2013I have been losing weight, so I am hopeful it will fit soon.
Reviewed by Kaymama from Seattle, WA on Tuesday, January 15, 2013love the color and fabric, but was at least a size smaller than expected and a bit longer than I expected.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by LovesCats from Seattle on Friday, December 28, 2012This skirt is a near-miss for me. If the waist were a little snugger to fit my curvy body, it would be a total hit.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Walker from Seattle on Wednesday, December 19, 2012Outstanding bang for the buck. You can't go wrong with the quality of this piece. Length is fine, but can be hemmed above knee to make it a little sexier. Sturdy fabric weight is fine for all year wear.
Question & Answer
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“The description says "front and back pleats". However, the photo shown has NO pleats. Which is it? I'd like to order the product shown in the photo, but not an item that has pleats. Please advise. Thank you.”
No pleats at all in front--pic is correct
“The description on this skirt says "front and back pleats". But there clearly are no pleats on the skirt that is pictured! Is this the wrong picture? Or wrong description? Or is this a case of a single description being used for a 'collection' of styles?”