Vintage maxi skirt from Adolfo for Saks Fifth Avenue dates to the 1970's and is made of patchwork navy velvet. Contrasting fabric features a graphic floral print. Soutache trim along patchwork. Wide waistband. Fully lined. Center back zippered closure with hooks and eyes at waistband.
No size label.
Measurements- Waist: 26- 26 1/2" Hip: Open Length: 43"
Antique Chinese silk embroidered wedding skirt dates from the late 19th century during the Qing Dynasty. It is hand -stitched and made of red silk damask woven a floral motif. Colorful embroidery depicts flowers and butterflies. The skirt has two matching embroidered apron panels on the front and back. This wrap-style wedding skirt has a wide linen waistband sewn along the top, with button loop toggles for closure.
Vintage skirt from Giorgio Armani likely dates to the 1990's and is made of two layers of silk. Under layer is a baby blue silk jacquard with a floral pattern. Over layer appears to be black silk organza. Side front of skirt has been stitched at waistband for added interest. Fitted waistband has button and snap closures. Labeled size 42.
Vintage skirt from Moschino's Cheap & Chic label likely dates to the 1990's. It is made of soft black leather that features gold-toned metal medallions. Center back zipper. Lined. Labeled a vintage size 42.
1990’s skirt by Ghost is made of a black viscose blend fabric that is covered with clear sequins. It is fitted from the waist to the hip and then is gathered all around the seam at the hip to create fullness. It is longer in the back than in the front. Elasticized waistband. Unlined.
Vintage 1990's Jean-Paul Gaultier double layered skirt. Stretchy top layer has open weave and can be worn as far up or as far down as desired. Olive-colored underskirt has burgundy geometric print. No closures. Unlined.