A little flared skirt in a gray leopard print silk chiffon that's really quite straightforward: what you see here is what you get. You get a full black silk lining too, with that little bit that's undone, as you see: easily fixed (& reflected in the price). Sorry no pic of the waistband: there are no gathers; this is cut with six gores, and the fastening is a concealed zipper in the side. Size 4.
STORY: Another wafting garment that I have failed to waft in. I think my leopard days are done anyway, which may be more the reason. Whatever the reason I can't rock this, I'm sure you can.
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