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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

J. Crew Collection Pencil Skirt in Inky Floral

Hi Everyone!

I am a huge fan of the J. Crew Collection Pencil Skirt in Inky Floral.  The "inky floral" print is so unique.  I've said it before, but I will say it again,  one of the many reasons why I love J. Crew is their prints are amazing!

Here are two IRL pictures of the skirt:




I love how the skirt is styled on the website.  However, please note that the skirt does not have the side slit shown in the website image.  The skirt fits TTS; I took my normal size 14.  





More "inky floral" print options:



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14 comments:

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    1. Gigi: I agree! I am totally convinced that no other retailer does patterns and colors better than J. Crew!

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    1. Wendy: I totally agree! J. Crew nailed it with this one!

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    1. Tara: I agree, this print is amazing!

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  4. That looks really gorgeous.

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    1. ER Heart Albay: Thank you SO much, I really appreciate the compliment!

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  5. Are all those prints you are showing the Inky Floral? My understanding is that the Inky Floral is different from the Polynesian Floral (albeit quite similar in color and style). I prefer the Inky Floral -- I love that shift dress in the inky, but its already sold out in my size. Boo!

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    1. Blakemdjohns: You're right, some of the prints are the polynesian floral. I was thinking that they are quite similar as you point out. I love that shift dress, too! I think that J. Crew is ordering fewer quantities in some items these days. Boo is right!

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  6. The skirt may actually have the side split as shown in the catalogue. Clothing with splits and openings (like the back of a blazer) is often lightly sewn (basted) to keep it flat during shipping. Check the side where the opening should be and see if it isn't lightly sewn with very widely spaced threads - you can just cut these. I see so many people who haven't removed basting stitches from their clothes because they don't know that they aren't part of the design.
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    1. Wilfie: Thank you SO much!!! I have checked the skirt multiple times, and I don't see the slits. I'll ask my amazing hubby and VPS to look it over, too! I appreciate your help!!!

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  7. Gorgeous skirt! I love it! The photo on the website looks like a kick pleat in the back to me. Does it have a kick pleat??

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    1. Vava: I totally agree, it's a gorgeous skirt!!!! I don't see a kick pleat. The skirt lays flat in the back on me. HTH!

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