Zip-Slit Pencil Skirt
It began in 1908 with Edith Berg tying a cord around her ankles so her skirt didn’t blow into Orville Wright’s propeller. It made the skirt so tight below the knees she could barely walk. Of course, this became fashion. They called it the hobble skirt. Years later, we got the pencil skirt, which was a bit ofa big deal.
And now, there have been even further advancements in chic versatility.
We’ve added an invisible zipper at the front left seam of this skirt that starts at the hem and extends all the way up to your hip, allowing you to adjust the length of the slit, as well as the style of skirt. On one occasion, you’re wearing a conservatively sophisticated pencil skirt. On another, you’ve unzipped into something provocative and sensual.
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Zip-Slit Pencil Skirt (No. 5809). Slim, stretch-wool pencil skirt with zip-slit feature. Hollywood waist. Vertical shaping seams at front and back. Low-calf length. Fully lined.Imported.