Eco-Friendly Skirts Christiansburg VA
160 Cranston Ave.
Sun: 11a - 8pMon-Sat: 9a - 9:30p
766 New River Road
Dicks Sporting Goods #308
782 New River Road Christiansburg
255 Peppers Ferry Rd Ne
Jamison Craig Auction Company
1655 Roanoke St
Endangered Species Inc
1011 Falls Ridge Rd
Nicky's Resale Fashions
3135 N Franklin St
115 Shopper'S Way, Nw
Christopher and Banks
New River Valley Mall
Mon-Fri 10 am - 9 pm
Saturday 10 am - 8 pm
Sunday 11 am - 6 pm
Second Chance Consignment
8 Roanoke St
Eco-Fashion Spotlight on Skirts: Metallic to Cotton and Pencil to Tulip Lazy Environment...
Eco-Fashion Spotlight on Skirts: Metallic to Cotton and Pencil to Tulip
As the weather changes, the best investment piece a woman can have is a versatile skirt. In warmer weather, it keeps the bottom half of your body cool (both temperature and style-wise) then it easily transitions to a smart fall piece when worn with print or solid tights. A few no-nos to keep in mind are not too short (a finger tip test with your hands hanging by your sides is a good length for a min-skirt), no sweat suit skirts, and if you wear a print, make sure it flatters your body. In other words, if you are a bigger bottomed woman, look for a larger print that is proportional to the surface area it covers.
Duex FM’s Indigo skirt captures two major trends transitioning wardrobes into the fall and winter: a high waist and pencil shape. This 98% organic cotton skirt has a bit of spandex (2%) for added clutch and comfort, and makes every woman’s waist into the perfect hourglass shape.
A tulip skirt, like this one by Emily Katz , is a great way to dramatically play up volume on the bottom while streamlining the top. Pair this organic cotton version with a tube top or body hugging tank to rock the proportions just right.
Instead of slacks for a Sunday picnic, why not go with a skirt?! Ibex has created a 100% organic one that anchors most any top you can think to pair it with. So, get as creative and loud as you want with an unexpec...
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