This is an ingenious two-in-one garment by the J. Indeed, it may be the most ingeniously designed and crafted garment I have ever owned. The overall structure of the garment is that of a floor length long flare or A-line skirt. In the front of the skirt, there is an extra front panel and two parallel rows of buttons extending down its two sides from the waist to the floor. Depending upon how and where you button the left side of the "extra panel, " you will either have a long flowing and elegant maxi skirt, or a divided riding or equestrian skirt or pair of wide-leg pants or culottes.
In other words, the garment is easily convertible from an elegant one-piece skirt to a flowing pair of two-legged pants and back again. If you button the panel all the way up and down the left row of buttons on the underskirt, you will have what appears to be a single-piece elegant maxi skirt. This is pictured in photos numbered 1, 2, and 3.On the other hand, if you button the panel all the way up and down the right row of buttons on the underskirt, voila! You will have a pair of glamorous wide-leg palazzo pants, a divided riding skirt or floor-length culottes. This is pictured in photos numbered 4, 6 and 7. It is clearest in photo # 4.
From the back, the garment maintains a single look - that of a long single-piece maxi skirt. It simply looks like there is a deep inverted pleat in back with voluminous material and gentle folds. This is pictured in the 5th photo.
Without close examination, under most circumstances, you cannot tell that the pleat goes all the way through to the back of the front panel and that there are separate legs. In photos numbered 8, , 9 and 10, I have shown the extra panel in varying degrees of undress or an unbuttoned state to give you a sense of the garment's structure. Needless to say, unless you are really, really into deconstructed clothing, you will never wear it that way.
You will want to button the front panel in one of the two ways described. The color of the garment is a lovely khaki, creme brulee, tan, or dark beige. The fabric is a relatively hefty cotton denim or fine canvas.
I have shown this two-in-one skirt with a black crochet evening camisole, but the skirt is very versatile. It could be worn as a casual skirt, an equestrian or riding skirt, a party skirt or, with a tuxedo jacket or vest, as formal wear. Note: The black crochet camisole is not part of the listing. Stated Size: Approximate Measurements: One-way across the Waist.
14 1/2 inches Length down middle of Skirt: 35 inches. The item "Long Khaki Tan Denim 2-in-1 Equestrian Riding Divided Maxi Skirt Pants Culottes" is in sale since Monday, November 19, 2018.This item is in the category "Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Women's Clothing\Skirts". The seller is "wiregauge" and is located in New York, New York.
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