Reviewed by booge from Yay Area on Sunday, April 28, 2013
I'm not sure if the sizing runs different in the different sizes (larger versus smaller), but I agree with the others that the size four is "vanity sizing." It's a six, easy. In my experience, size down in Mountain Hardware skirts, if you're looking for a 2 or a 4. If you're a 0 or a 00, I think you'll either need to alter it or look for another brand.
The skirt itself was very cute: straightforward, fundamental cut, moderately short, quality fabric, nice stitching. It reminded me of the skirts I used to get twenty years ago in middle school, when we wore two pairs of socks. (Maybe that makes me "mutton dressed as lamb," but I don't care! I'm wearing short skirts while I still got the gams to, and you should too.)
Reviewed by MT mom from Bozeman, MT on Monday, February 25, 2013
So excited to get this skirt. Would work great in winter with tights and boots, but wasn't so heavy that you couldn't wear it with bare legs in the spring. Unfortunately the skirt was too big and I had to return it. (I'm 5' 8" 127lbs and ordered a size 6). Sadly The size 4 was out of stock.