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I'd like to eventually phase out my pants. Do any of you know of a good website that has affordable long skirts?
Here's one.  :) ETA: They are Mormon.

http://www.hannahlise.com/
(10-21-2017, 07:24 PM)Jacafamala Wrote: [ -> ]Here's one.  :) ETA: They are Mormon.

http://www.hannahlise.com/
That's perfect! Thank you so much! :)
http://www.amishclothesline.com/

Although buying Amish clothes online raises so many questions for me.
(10-21-2017, 09:36 PM)Jeeter Wrote: [ -> ]http://www.amishclothesline.com/

Although buying Amish clothes online raises so many questions for me.

I think you've stumbled across a conspiracy larger than the flat earth coverup: tech-savvy Amish.

Thank you for the link, Jeeter! :)
Check out maxi skirts on Ebay!

Really great prices including the stretch jersey fold over waist band ones for around $12. :)
(10-22-2017, 03:18 PM)Sacred Heart lover Wrote: [ -> ]Check out maxi skirts on Ebay!

Really great prices including the stretch jersey fold over waist band ones for around $12. :)

Thank you kindly! :)
I've actually come across some really nice skirts on Etsy from international sellers. Unfortunately they tend to be somewhat expensive (think $45-$65 plus shipping) but come in fabrics such as wool and chiffon. Haven't bought from them myself, but might be okay for buying a really nice church skirt. Out of my budget for now though, so I just keep saving things for inspiration once if my sewing skills get better (lol).

You could also try overstock stores like Ross, garage sales, Salvation Army, GoodWill, ect. Much of my closet is second hand. If you happen to be a college student, keep an eye out for the drama department selling old set costumes/clothes. In college, I once bought a set of scrubs and a pair of pants for $3 a piece. I'm sure they might have some skirts too.
Thank you for the suggestions, Catherine! :)