Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 9
Rated 4 out of 5 by PinkDogwood Bought the grey
Arrived yesterday, bought size medium and it's too big. I don't own anything by this vendor but this skirt is really cool. The difference between the front & back hemline is not that dramatic with is a very good thing because there are many designers who take this hi-low to very bad extremes. Unfortunately the medium is going back. It's priced way out there for what it is but I had to try it. If it fit I'd be keeping it so if you choose to buy this skirt stay true to size. If it was cheaper I'd buy the grey again size small and I'd get the navy too.
Rated 5 out of 5 by alaskalady Love This Skirt!
One of my major problems is finding skirts long enough and this skirt is perfect! I first bought black, then added navy, and now am adding the olive. More colors please! I would love a brown. The fabric is soft and wonderful and it is a treat to find summer skirts in solid colors and not prints for a change. When the hi-lo trend is past I will just have these altered to even length and wear them for years to come.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bugchewy Dowdy
I sent this skirt back. It did not fit well and did nothing for my figure.
Rated 5 out of 5 by DGN Very flattering skirt
Ordered in three colors, glad I did. Beautiful, flattering skirt, fabric, seaming detail and fit. Great skirt.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MJW-WA State WORTH the Wait(list)
to get the "olive". Even tho I'm <5' tall, I knew that a 34.5" back length would allow me to wear low-heeled shoes. [Courtesy of Susan Graver's petite maxi measurements.] This Lisa Rinna maxi features a button front and curved panels over the hips giving an ILLUSION of length, while slimming the area.
Found a white rayon 3/4 sleeve tuck-front blouse with a Y-neck & small metal buttons from another vendor (SORRY!) to pair with this knit maxi. Also have several pieces of serpentine and gaspeite jewelry.that should really complement the "olive". Am on the hunt for scarves that have an "olive" presence.
NOTE: Lisa pulled this skirt up under her armpits. I could wear it that way with a shrug, bolero, or a jacket or even a cardigan. A belt or long scarf/sash is also an option.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Blusie So-So Skirt
This skirt is expensive for the wrinkled problems this rayon fabric provides. It runs really large, and the waistband is at least 3 inches too big. I will have to fold the waistband over to wear it. It is a very long skirt as well, and would look better on a very tall woman. I am average height, at 5' 4 1'2" tall. All in all, not the worst skirt ever, but certainly not the best.
Rated 5 out of 5 by lsskes Love This Skirt
I really like this skirt. I like the higher hem in the front, as I usually am tripping over my other maxi skirts when I walk or running them over with the wheels on my chair in the office, plus it's just cute. I like the weight of the fabric - thin enough for summer, but not so thin you can see through it - just right. The cut is great - makes me look slimmer, I really like the seaming that goes around the back - makes the booty look good! I also like the buttons - gives a boost from just a plain old boring maxi. Sizing is true - I normally wear a large and this fits just right. I also like the flat waistband - again gives a smooth look with no rolling or bunching. Washes really great - I'm lazy and toss it in the dryer on low then run a warm iron over it and it looks great!
Rated 1 out of 5 by chonie Thin and cheap
I purchased this skirt in black. The jersey knit is very thin. Sent it back.