“Very cute and wearable.
Looks great with opaque tights, ankle or calf length boots and a cashmere jumper. True to size.”

Elfin

  

Francesca Skirt

£59

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Description

A floaty, chiffon style skirt that's lightweight and easy to wear. Wear with tights and ankle boots for a flattering, feminine look this season.

• Designed to sit just above the knee, true to size, try your usual size.

• Ruching effect on the waistband.

• Concealed zip.

• Fully lined.

• Centre front length 39 cm, centre back length 56.5cm (size 10).

• Model is 5'9" and wears size 10.

Fabric & Care

• 100% Polyester.

• Machine wash at 30 degrees using a gentle cycle.

• Hang to dry. Do not tumble dry.

• Iron on reverse on low setting.

Reviews
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"Fantastic skirt. I've worn it non stop since I bought it. Well cut and true to size, really pretty and can be worn in the office and out in the evenings. Have just bought the black jumper as well which is good quality."

Posted by Catherine  /  Yesterday

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"Bought this skirt on a whim as I don't normally wear skirts and it is just gorgeous, light and floaty! I'm normally a size 14 (big hips) but decided to buy a 12 as I find hush has bigger fit and its perfect. Can't wait to wear it loads over the winter!"

Posted by Paula  /  23rd September 2016

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"Fab skirt, pretty print that adds pattern to my rather monochrome ( black ) wardrobe & a perfect length for me - I'm 5'2" & curvy - hard to find clothes that don't swamp me or look matronly."

Posted by Maritza  /  23rd September 2016

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"Absolutely love this skirt, plan to wear it in the autumn with thick tights as it is lightweight. Lovely shape, pattern, very flattering, so pleased."

Posted by Cheryl  /  3rd September 2016

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"Very cute and wearable. Looks great with opaque tights, ankle or calf length boots and a cashmere jumper. True to size. The waist is fixed (not stretch) so order by your waist size. The ruching at the top and the loose pleat at the centre lift this above the ordinary."

Posted by Elfin  /  25th August 2016