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The Ivy Skirt was, miraculously, the one and only piece in the collection whose design came to me instantly and that needed no fit adjustments after the first prototype. Something about fall always screams "miniskirt!" to me, and once I had the idea of an A-line wrap skirt with a button waistline closure and no zipper, everything fell in place immediately.
The Ivy truly is a wear-with-anything kind of skirt. The vintage buttons and slash pockets add some visual interest, but not too much to take away from a statement top. The Ivy looks great with basically any kind of top or sweater tucked in or left out, and like any good mini should, it pairs incredibly with tights. Out of everything in the collection, I think this is going to be the thing I wear the most.
- 100% organic cotton corduroy from India
- Designed, cut, and sewn in Arkansas, USA
- A-line wrap mini with waistband button closure
- Front slash pockets
- Unlined with interior contrast bias trim
- 18" length
- Hand wash cold, line dry, warm iron as needed (learn more about garment care here)
This skirt is made of 19-wale organic cotton corduroy from India, hand-dyed in our studio with eco-friendly fiber-reactive dyes to be a dark, saturated blueish-green. It's slightly lighter in weight than a traditional pants-weight corduroy, and it's unbelievably soft and cozy against the skin.
The rich evergreen color of this corduroy pairs well with basically every autumnal hue: mustard, fawn, maroon, black, the list goes on. I especially love it paired with our Mocha Khadi fabric, though.
In addition to the fabric, this skirt uses cotton thread, two vintage plastic buttons, organic cotton labels, organic cotton interfacing, and organic cotton cotton bias tape/pocket lining.
Take a look at our Size Guide to find your size.
The Ivy is fitted in almost entirely in the waist, so use that measurement to determine your size. If your waist measurement is in between sizes, I recommend sizing up if you want the skirt to hit lower on your hips and sizing down if you'd like it to hit higher up on your waist.
Sarah is wearing a size 4 and is 5'9" with a 33" bust, 24" waist, and 35" hip.