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"Style: all those who have it share one thing — originality." Named for legendary fashion editor, Diana Vreeland. Our simple and classic a-line skirt is made with maximum versatility in mind. You'll never have to worry about what...Read more

"Style: all those who have it share one thing — originality." Named for legendary fashion editor, Diana Vreeland. Our simple and classic a-line skirt is made with maximum versatility in mind. You'll never have to worry about what to wear when you need to go from day to night. Read more about the divine Mrs. V.

The Diana day skirt is the classic A-line skirt every wardrobe needs. The inside faced waistband provides a smooth, tailored finish. Two inverted pleats create the A-line shape. Hidden side seam pockets comfortably hold and iPhone Plus. The scarlet red silk habotai lining and lace detailing on the inside of the hem provide a shocking contrast to the luxe silk-wool outer fabric. This style has less volume than our Diana Cocktail version.

**Note: Final sale items can only be returned for store credit.

 

Details:

  • Classic A-line style skirt
  • Piping detail at waist
  • Hidden side-seam pockets
  • Faced hem with inside lace detail
  • Hidden back zip with hook & eye closure
  • Knee-length
  • Made in Los Angeles
  • The Diana takes 5.75 hours for one craftsman to sew start to finish.

Read more about some of the couture techniques we have incorporated in this style.

 

Styling ideas:

The Diana A-line skirt is one of the most versatile pieces for your wardrobe. Style it with heels, a jacket and the Marilyn tee for the office. Or with a button down shirt knotted at the waist and sandals when you need to run errands. 

 

Fit notes:

This style is made from silk-wool and does not contain any stretch materials. Please mind our size guide when selecting your size. We do not do vanity sizing, therefore one might consider we run small.

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Fashion History Fact: 

Silk-wool was a very popular fabric in the 1960s. Many of Jackie Kennedy's ensembles were made from it during her White House years. Then, it was known as Alaskine.