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Everyday Skirt - multiple fabrics
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Everyday Skirt
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Everyday Skirt
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Everyday Skirt
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Everyday Skirt
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Everyday Skirt
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Everyday Skirt

Everyday Skirt

SKU: S120

  • $77.00


The Everyday Skirt, is a very full, flared, skirt with six gores.  

This skirt has more volume and flare than our A-line 6 gore Skirt; in a size 4x, a sweep of 126" vs. 105".

  • double stitched elastic waist
  • optional side seam pockets
  • standard length is about 34" long, from top of waistband to hem
fabrics

Photo shows it made in a crinkle cotton fabric, but it works equally well with denim, or a rayon challis print, pretty much any fabric.

Click on the "all fabrics" link below to see swatches and fabric information for all the different prints, colors, and fabrics.

all fabrics

size chart

 The size chart below refers to your body measurements. 

garment specs

Measurements for this style are:

Flat, extended Waist / Hip @ 10" down / Sweep (at hemline) 

Small (1x/2x) - 52 1/2"/72"/117", 1x elastic is 30", 2x elastic is 33" 

Medium (3x/4x) - 66"/84"/129"/, 3x elastic is 36", 4x elastic is 39" 

Large (5x/6x) - 76 1/2"/96"/ 141", 5x elastic is 42", 6x elastic is 45" 

XL (7x/8x) - 85 1/2"/108"/153", 7x elastic is 48", 8x elastic is 50"

 XXL (9x/10x) - 94 1/2"/120"/165", 9x elastic is 52", 10x elastic is 54"

*in larger sizes, depending on the fabric, we may need to add seams.

cut and sew

*Have your own fabric? Send it to us and we will cut and sew it for you!

Our cut and sew charge would be $60 without pockets, $65 with.

For this style as shown, for sizes S - L, you need 3 1/2 yards of 58/60" wide fabric.

For size XL and XXL sizes (OR for one way fabrics) 4 1/2 yards.

If you have a narrow, 44/45" fabric, sizes S-L require 6 yards,

XL and XXL need 7 yards.

This style works for both stretch and non-stretch fabrics, but it whichever it is, it shouldn't be too stiff. (If you want it much longer, you'll need extra fabric).