Blue Mesa Sweater Skirt

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  • By Girls from Savoy
  • Pull-on styling
  • Merino wool
  • Dry clean
  • 23"L
  • Imported
  • Style #: 25613217
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Why did Anthro make this skirt look so blah online I am glad that I did not see this skirt online before I went to the store, which had it in their window paired with the charcoal Jemima cowl neck. Instant love. The skirt is TTS. I got mine in medium ( 5'9 130 lbs, usually a 6 or 4 if runs big). The small would probably have fit fine, but I wanted a little wiggle room since I will probably try washing it in cold. It's a great weight and soft- feels like Smartwool in texture (and looks like it won't shed or attract dog/cat hair- big deal for me with two English Mastiffs in our house). Looks great with my cowboy boots or my Frye Campus boots- an easy new Fall staple! October 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Run, don't walk to get this skirt. It is gorgeous, and the pictures on the website absolutely do not do it justice. I sized to a small from my usual medium (which I usually do with knit/sweater skirts), and it fit perfectly. it is 100 percent wool, but soft and not scratchy. It appears to be very well made with a dense knit that I can't see snagging. Also, FINALLY an Anthro sweater skirt that isn't see through. September 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by This skirt is so not me That's what I thought. I am not a pattern sort of gal. Saw it in the store today and remembered the previous positive review. So I gave it a try. I love it. The fit is just adorable. I went with a small ( normally I am a medium) and the fit was great. I have a semi-dressy event coming up and I think this may work with boots. I will team it with a simple black cardigan or a black fitted top. I also bought the tweedy looking brown sweater skirt with the fringe on the hem. Love that as well, but it's itchy and people say it sheds so that's a deal breaker. So far this is winning the sweater skirt race of 2012 in my world. October 4, 2012
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