Invite some Victorian elegance into your wardrobe with this beautiful skirt. It’s a trumpet pattern, with a lace ruffle at the hem. Wear it to bring any of my skirts down to a floor length look.
This underskirt has a hip hugging pattern that flares out to a full bell above the knees – mermaid style. You’ll love the way it swishes around your ankles when you walk. It’s made of black lace with a cherry blossom motif, and trimmed in coordinating wide ruffled lace.
If you’ve noticed the sheer ivory lace over my legs in a few of my photoshoots – this is it! It can be worn to bring any of my short or high low skirts down to an elegant floor length look.
This skirt is completely see through. Since it is not lined – you can also wear it as an overskirt. Wear it over a short skirt for a peekaboo lace look, or wear it to dress up a plain maxi skirt. It also looks amazing worn underneath a pencil skirt, as a dress extender.
The possibilities are endless!
How will you wear your Victorian lace mermaid skirt?
Length on all skirts is 38″ – which I recommend for heights 5’3″ to 5’5″. You can make the skirt work for heights outside these numbers by placing it lower on the hips for taller heights, or higher on the hips for shorter heights.