Winter Skirts

Our shop is bursting at the seams with wooly winter skirts.  Wearing the wrong type of skirt during the cold winter months can leave you feeling more cold than chic. Choosing the right skirt and accompanying accessories will leave you feeling both warm and fashion forward.  Below are three great choices for the winter.

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Winter Blues Skirt – $28.00 – 1970’s -Extra Small

Pick a skirt made of a heavier material. Sheer, lightweight fabrics look out of place and will only make you colder.  Opt for heavier materials like wool, velvet and leather.  A maxi-skirt in Winter will give you the least amount of hassle.  Many maxi-skirts can even be worn with minimal to no leg protection.  Pick out a skirt that extends somewhere between your mid-calf and the top of your foot, a few inches above your ankle. The longer the skirt, the warmer you’ll be.

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Beige Wrap Skirt – $28.00 – 1970’s – Small

A midi-length (knee-length) skirt will give you the greatest amount of flexibility. Midi skirts can be made to look professional, trendy, or flirty, depending on how you accessorize them. You will need additional leg protection to keep your calves warm, however. Knee-high socks, legging and tall boots are cozy choices for a midi-skirt.  You can really be playful with your leg-wear while wearing a midi-skirt.

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Wool Pencil Skirt – $29.00 – 1960’s – Small

Although the narrow shape of a pencil skirt can restrict the movement of the wearer, the pencil skirt will give you the greatest amount warmth due to reduced ventilation.    Pencil skirts are made to look professional as they fall to the knee and are super tailored for a close fit.  Pencil skirts in the winter look cute and will keep you warm with tucked in long-sleeve tops, textured scarves and nylons.  Don’t forget a long winter coat for extra warmth.
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How will your wardrobe be keeping warm this winter?  Let us know in the comments below!

Schoolyard Style

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1970’s Skirt | $28.00 | Waist: 28” 

Our schoolyard days may be long behind us but plaid skirts will forever remain en vogue.

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1970’s Skirt | $31.00 | Waist: 26″

We like to call this preppy look, “Schoolyard Style”.  At its most basic level, a simple plaid skirt is a very versatile garment.

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1960’s Skirt | $29.00 | Waist: 28″

With versatility in mind, it’s not surprising that designers are constantly going back to the staple skirt and tartan print, elevating them far beyond the confines of the classroom.  If you’re looking for the perfect Fall/Winter 2014 skirt take a peruse in our “Skirt Section” at Filthy Rebena’s shop.  We all sizes, all colors and plaid-o-plenty to go around!

Shoestring Skirts

Skirts Collage InstaAdding all sorts of new skirts to Filthy Rebena’s shop this week.  The hot prints and low prices on these quality skirts will blow your skirt right up!  Go check them out – they won’t last too long!

Gridlock

TopshopPopular in the 1930’s and a quick stint in the early 1970’s — the grid pattern is once again a hot commodity.  We like to think of the grid pattern as plaid’s cooler little sister, being possibly the easiest print to ever pull off.  Will you be on the grid this Spring/Summer?