Silk Leopard Printed A-Line Skirt

Tucker
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Silk Leopard Printed A-Line Skirt

$400
$59 Gilt
Size (Wm Alpha):
Women's Apparel
Wm Alpha Wm US IT UK FR JP DE CN (cm) Bust (inches) Waist (inches) Hip (inches)
XXS 00 34 2 32 3 28 82 31" 23" 33 1/2"
XS 0 36 4 34 5 30 84 32 1/2" 24" 35"
S 2 38 6 36 7 32 86 33" 25" 36"
S 4 40 8 38 9 34 88 34" 26" 37"
M 6 42 10 40 11 36 90 35" 27" 38"
M 8 44 12 42 13 38 92 36" 28" 39"
L 10 46 14 44 15 40 96 37 1/2" 29 1/2" 40 1/2"
L 12 48 16 46 17 42 98 39" 31" 42"
XL 14 50 18 48 19 44 102 40" 32 1/2" 43 1/2"
XL 16 52 20 50 21 46 106 41" 33" 44"
XXL 18 54 22 52 23 48 110 43" 34 1/2" 45"
  • p
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    Wm US 0
    IT 36
    UK 4
  • s
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    Wm US 2
    IT 38
    UK 6
  • m
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    Wm US 6
    IT 42
    UK 10
  • l
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    Wm US 10
    IT 46
    UK 14
Color:
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Description
Designer
  • Woven skirt
  • Graphic print throughout, slip pockets at waist, tonal top stitching, panel seaming
  • Hidden front zipper with hook and bar closure
  • 24½ inches from waist to hem; Measurements were taken from a size S
  • Model's height is 5 feet 9 inches; bust 34 inches; waist 24 inches; hips 34 inches

  • 70% of the purchase price will go to Fashion for Sandy Relief

Material: 95% silk and 5% spandex shell

Brand: Tucker

Origin: United States

What began with a single silk blouse quickly evolved into Tucker: fashion designer Gaby Basora’s widely beloved collection of breezy and bohemian dresses, pants, tunics, and other women’s clothing essentials. In 2005, Basora made herself a pretty button-down blouse with three-quarter-length sleeves and a shirred neckline. Within months, she'd received her first department store order, but still hadn't found the right name for her budding designer womenswear collection. One night, the word “Tucker” came to her in a dream, and the rest is history. Today Basora offers everything from blazers to lingerie — but it’s the blouse, with its “part poet/part Ukrainian folk dancer” aesthetic, as Basora describes it, that has turned celebrities such as Drew Barrymore, Whitney Port and Cameron Diaz into Tucker fans.