My Fascist Mother pockety A-Line skirt - "The Lake District" - qualifies for FREE SHIPPING!
An Aline with lovely shades of navy, teal, olive, aqua, and white fabric for your Autumn/Winter wardrobe; although, really it can be worn all year ‘round.
A pretty print with (essential in our opinion!) pockets on the front.
This skirt was designed and handmade in NSW Australia by sisters – Jen & Nici. The fabrics we use are sourced from all over this planet by Nici, a self-confessed fabric addict. This particular fabric is from the USA. Its colours include shades of navy, teal, olive, aqua, and white that you can match up with any number of tops from your wardrobe!
This skirt is made from 100% Cotton fabric.
Now. This cannot be stressed enough – THE SIZES ARE MADE UP.
Please TRIPLE CHECK measurements below before clicking order to avoid having to pay for postage for exchanges – if the other size required is still available! They are made in extremely limited quantities – generally only one in each size in each fabric. We do not have excess fabric to make another should you miss out I’m sorry! And I apologise for the capital letter usage too!
Please lay your favourite skirt down on a flat surface and grab a measuring tape. Here’s the measurements of our MADE UP SIZES. I’ve measured them flat like a 2 dimensional item. Please do the same and then these measurements should make sense.
6 Waist side to side:38cm Length:52cm Hem side to side:65cm
8 Waist side to side:40.5cm Length:52.5cm Hem side to side:68cm
10 Waist side to side:43cm Length:55cm Hem side to side:70cm
12 Waist side to side:45cm Length:57cm Hem side to side:74.5cm
14 Waist side to side:46cm Length:59cm Hem side to side:77cm
16 Waist side to side:49cm Length:60cm Hem side to side:80.5cm
18 Waist side to side:52.5cm Length:59cm Hem side to side:83.5cm
Warning! These skirts can become addictive!
Washing Instructions: To get the most out of your new My Fascist Mother skirt please hand wash it, drip dry it in the shade & warm iron inside out. We have customers who are still wearing – and still receiving compliments on - some of the first skirts we made over a decade ago.