Did y’all catch that pun? I don’t think I’m outwardly funny, but that was pretty good, no? I don’t know if your childhood was full of reversible dresses or skirts, but mine was. Suddenly, reversible clothing simply disappeared. The last thing I remember of reversible style was during my ‘tween years.Let me know if this jogs your memory: a jacket from Old Navy that when reversed becomes a pillow. I was green with envy of my friends who had the pillow jacket (is that trademarked?), but now they can be green with envy because I’ve got this fall-fashion-perfect reversible skirt.
Fall is the best time for neutrals, and this skirt is just that. You’ve got a black skirt on one side, and a chocolate brown skirt on the other. These two colors are perfect because they both pair well with any other color. Since I made the move to Paris, I’ve found this reversible skirt is perfect for traveling and hardly wrinkles when folded up. I did have a little bit of difficulty with the buttons. It takes some time to work out because the buttons are so thin and it creates trouble when trying to close them! (JSYK, my fingers really hurt after dealing with the buttons.) You may have not noticed, but this is actually a side skirt, not a front skirt! You’ve got the options to wear it reversible and front or side. That’s the versatility I’m talking about!
I wasn’t able to link the reversible skirt via Like To Know on my Instagram, but if you guys need this skirt…go get it now! For only $10, this is one of the best pieces I’ve found during #ZaraSale. Hurry up though, only two sizes are left! I’m hoping to see more reversible skirts or dresses in the future. Convenience and versatility are what makes the gal’s wardrobe go ’round!