Double skirts - tiered skirts?

beauxgoris

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At first I thought it was tulle, but now I see it's a linen like fabric. Has anyone seen skirts like this anywhere? I wonder if it was handmade?
 
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I own quite a few double layer skirts in different lengths and materials that I've collected over the years. All of them are made by Australian and New Zealand designers.
 

katran26

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There's a pretty Stella McCartney tiered skirt on sale at yoox for $148, size 10-12

Just thought I'd post it here ;) in case anyone likes it

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ebayBAGS

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I like the look of double layered skirts/skirts with overlay but when it's subtle. I bought one by BCBG this summer as a 2 piece outfit with a crop top. It's white in color so the overlay portion doesnt stand out so much even though the under skirt is significantly shorter.
 

beauxgoris

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I wish I could find one close to the original post photo (the red skirt). I like the way the next layer just peaks out.
 

ladysarah

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I wish I could find one close to the original post photo (the red skirt). I like the way the next layer just peaks out.
I like that very much too. I don't like any of the alternatives posted here. If you have more photos or the source of them post some more info about the red skirt. However I'd say it's either a high end piece or something custom made, at home or by a skilled person. There is a lot of fabric involved and the construction looks like it s expensive rather than a mass produced item.
 

cherry21

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I like that very much too. I don't like any of the alternatives posted here. If you have more photos or the source of them post some more info about the red skirt. However I'd say it's either a high end piece or something custom made, at home or by a skilled person. There is a lot of fabric involved and the construction looks like it s expensive rather than a mass produced item.
I agree that it looks like something that was made (at home or by someone) but I don't think it looks like a high end piece. I know the unfinished hem is intentional but I think a high end designer would have added an additional lining so that you don't see the petticoat through the red fabric