The Corduroy Gored Skirt
Strike the Royal Cord.
Naples Fustian they once called it.
Fine-wale corduroy to you and me.
The royals used to dress it up with gorgeous patterns. Like at Hever Castle in South East England where Anne Boleyn, the most famous of Henry VIII’s wives, grew up. Perhaps not the prettiest, she had it. Style. Sex appeal. It.
I think if Anne were alive today, walking the lush gardens of Hever, she’d be wearing a printed corduroy skirt like this. Perhaps with some sharp black boots. In all likelihood, it’s probably not all that different from what she wore back then.
And like then, she’d be flaunting it.
The Corduroy Gored Skirt (No. 4792). Fine 21-wale corduroy. 100% cotton. 4 gores in front of skirt. Pointed yoke at waist with Hollywood waistband. Mid-calf length. Invisible side zipper. Rolled hem. Fully lined. Made in India.