Rated 5 out of 5Â by mamashops2much Glad I didn't have to get petite & pay shipping!
I bought this skirt because of the unique print. The castle isn't exactly where I'd like it to be but it was close enough and there were 2 visible on the front. This skirt has pockets, has a lining, is made of cotton and is machine washable. I was able to purchase this in a regular size 0 which I haven't been able to do with a majority of Anthro skirts in a while. That makes me happy since I didn't have to pay shipping for a petite size! The only reason I gave it 4 stars with aesthetic and design is because depending on the skirt, you may not get a print with a castle on the front or a castle that is cut off. Overall, it is a great full price purchase!
The measurements for a size 0 laying flat are: waist: roughly 12.5 length: 16-ish
August 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by lapetitemortxo Comfy and cute
I absolutely love the quirky patterns in this skirt. I know the asymmetric pattern-mixing won't be everyone's cup of tea, but for my taste it's perfect. The skirt is short but not too short. I feel very comfortable in it. And, it's easy to pair with things because they're are so many colors in the patterns to pick out.
July 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JuliaLW Castles & flowers!
This is a gorgeous skirt. The combination of prints is lovely â€” I love the castles and the floral is beautiful too.
One thing to note, as others have mentioned, is that the placement of the castle fabric varies from skirt to skirt. I just received mine in the mail and the placement is perfect, but the one I tried on in the store had the center castle cut off at the top.
As far as fit, I am 5'3" & 104 pounds and the 00 petite fits me perfectly. I tried on a 0 regular in the store and it was too big, so I ordered the 0 petite and the 00 petite. Some might prefer it to be a bit longer (it comes to probably 2-2.5 inches above my knees), but because I am pretty young (21), it's just how I wanted it to be. For my purposes of everyday wear it's really not that short.
August 29, 2012