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I love this skirt. It was inspired by the little origami balloons we used to make as children. I made some for the photo shoot too. Quite fun throwing them all on the models, who were amazing.



This skirt is easy and fun to wear because it goes with almost everything and is an interesting-without-being-weird shape. You can make it more sculptural by poofing up the middle seam to make it more UFO-shaped. Or pat it down to be less avant-garde. 



It can be worn tight at your natural waist, or a bit lower on the hips. 



It's cute with sneakers, knee-high boots, chunky flats, biker boots, and so on. 



I've worn mine with a semi-cropped sweater (only because the waist is high enough on the skirt!) , the Trapezoid Top with a Big Sleeves under, just a Big Sleeves Top, and a white button-down shirt.  



The Origami can be machine washed and dried ---but  both wash and dry on gentle/delicate/cold.

Origami Skirt

  • Measurements taken flat, in inches



    (not in



    XS 12.5 19
    S 13 19
    M 14 20
    L 15.5 20.5



    Model Liya (5'7", is wearing size S, both with and without a Big Sleeves Top.

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