Eyelet Lace Skirt

Design History
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Eyelet Lace Skirt

$79
$29 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"
  • xs
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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:
white
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Description
At a Glance
Designer

Woven skirt

  • Embroidered eyelet throughout
  • Elasticized waistband
  • Tonal top stitching and panel seaming
  • Fully lined
  • Even hem

Measurements: * 16" from wait to hem; taken from a size S * Model's height is 5 feet 9 inches

Care: Dry clean only

Material: 95% viscose, 5% spandex; 100% polyester lining

Brand: Design History

Origin: Imported

It’s as plain as, well, black and white: The classically cool combo is the thing for spring, and Nylon’s Fashion Market Director, Rachael Wang, has fallen hard. “What I love about the trend this season is that it doesn’t feel mod or retro at all—the shapes are modern and the fabrics are innovative,” she says. Her take is all about mixed graphic prints, courtesy of Missoni. If you’re not ready to go full-on fashion editor, take Rachael’s advice to test out the trend: “You don't have to go all out. Try beige accessories to break up the starkness, and err on more white than black.” Shop the sale below for more must-have pieces in the season’s chicest pairing.

There’s design history — 8 AM lectures in drafty classrooms, slide shows about 19th century textile production, panic attack-inducing midterms — and then there’s Design History: the emerging clothing label noted for its chic, luxurious knits for women and girls. One will require you to fill your head with esoteric factoids about the evolution of fashion ("did you know that cable knit sweaters were first popularized by Irish fishermen?"), while the other will inspire you to fill your (or your little one's) wardrobe with soft cashmere and merino wool cardigan sweaters, jackets, textured pullovers, luxe sweater dresses, and soft jersey maxi-dresses and tops. One of the best things about Design History's duds: You can layer them for dozens of looks — from office-casual to special occasion. Some people study their design history. Others wear it.