Angie asked me to post pictures of my (many) wrap skirts. Since I'm currently at work, you get old photos and there's one skirt that's not represented here. On the other hand, it turns out I actually have FIVE and not four of them.

1-2, and 6: Uniqlo x JW Anderson asymmetrical ruffle wrap midi. This one closes with ties, which are a bit bulky and can cause problems with certain longer tops. But as you can see, I can still manage to layer longer things over it if I'm careful. It helps to tuck the knot/bow inside the waistband if I'm going to layer.

3: plaid wrap midi. My mom made this skirt for me ages ago. It closes with buttons and a kilt pin, and the top part of the wrap is actually diagonal which cleverly reduces the volume on the waist.

4: This is the one I forgot about! I haven't worn it for ages. It's a simple wool wrap miniskirt also made by my mom. Closes with buttons, but because it's a heavy wool lined with flannel it's kind of bulky and can really only be worn with cropped tops, so is harder to style.

5: A very lightweight silk chiffon skirt from anthropologie a million years ago. It kept blowing/gaping open when I was walking because it was so lightweight and the wrapover portion was not very large, so I sewed the bottom half of the wrap shut. It closes with ties and a hook, but the ties are a thin silk ribbon that is not very bulky so they don't get in the way of tops.

(missing from these photos): A really boring black knee-length ponte-ish skirt. A partial wrap (as in, the bottom is sewn shut but the waist part wraps. I hardly ever wear it but it's part of my funeral/interview capsule so I keep it for those occasions.

Bonus (#7) a very 90's-esque plaid wrap dress.

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