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Sometimes, ladies, you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone. Whether it’s a job, a relationship, a friend, a pair of shoes–sometimes you just don’t see something for what it truly is until it slips from your fingertips.
In my case, that holy grail item–that Unicorn, if you will–was the Italian Landscape Print Jenny skirt from Pinup Girl Clothing.
When it first hit the site months ago, I was underwhelmed. I’d never given Jenny a second glance, thinking that it wouldn’t work for me.
You name it, I had the excuse. It wasn’t until long after the Italian Landscape print skirt had gone out of stock that I spotted a picture of some lovely PUG fan in the exact item. Her styling choices were magnificent, she looked fantastic, and from that moment, I was a goner. I. Had. To. Have. It.
If you’re as much of a PUG fan as I, you are familiar with the PUG Swap/Sell Community on Facebook. It is a place where shoppers from all over the world can list their gently used or sometimes brand new items for sale or swap. Maybe your tastes changed and you want a wardrobe revamp! Maybe your size changed and you want to trade up or down! Maybe you’re moving and need to cull your clothing. No matter your reason, list away!
It was there, in the Looking For section, that I found my unicorn. (My unicorn actually found me. Shout out to that seller, you’re a doll!)
And Latex Outfits …. The wait was worth it.
The color popped, the print is divine, and from the moment I zipped her onto my body, I finally understood what the hype was about.
For those of you unfamiliar with my blog, I measure in at around 40″/29.5-30″/44″ at the moment, which puts me (fairly) consistently into a non-stretch size L in most PUG garments. (That being said, always see the size charts on every item you order, or read customer reviews! They are so helpful.)
As stated in the reviews for this particular colorway, the fabric is sturdy, and does not provide stretch. My skirt was purchased BNWT and was from one of the earlier runs of the design, meaning that while I could zip it: it ran small. (The actual waist measurement is 29″ flat to the size chart’s 30″-31″)
While I can not speak for the newly restocked (!!!) version of this item, I recommend paying close attention to the size chart and reaching out to PUG and even other PUG fans for help! (We’re a friendly, helpful bunch!)
Logistics aside, it is plain to see that this skirt is justlush.Yards of fabric and a gathered waist mean that while a petticoat is a fun addition, it is not necessaril required to achieve that full skirted (and tiny waisted!) look! The color positively pops, and the design lends itself to a few different color pairing options. (With my ultimate fave being the Zebra Vamp top/Italian landscape skirt combo.)
Reds, whites, blacks, blue. Long sleeves or short, cardigan or bare arms, I think the pairing options alone speak for the versatility of this item. Not to mention the dress up/dress down aspect–heels and lipstick for a night out, flats and dummies for a daytime stroll! I may be biased (this was, after all, one of my unicorns…), but I truly feel that this is yet another offering from PUG that is worth it’s weight in gold!
Have I convinced you? If you’ve fallen as truly-madly-deeply as I had, run! don’t walk, over toPinup Girl Clothingto snag a Jenny of your very own. Retailing at $98.00 and available in sizes XS to 4X, this beauty isn’t guaranteed to hang around long.
As always, a great big shout out to the lovely and talentedSarah King Photographyfor creating consistently beautiful images! Anyone in the tri state area looking for a fabulous photographer, I highly recommend.
I’d say I was your average 29 year old, but how many feminist, lingerie loving, pin-up girl enthusiast, tattooed lesbian, writer-slash-nannies do you have on your friends list? Not many, I reckon.Loud mouth. Swear like a sailor. Double Ended DildosLady when necessary. High heels. Femme-bot. Jack Daniel’s girl. I have opinions. Maybe you’ll like them, cool. Maybe you won’t, also cool. Just don’t be a jerk about it, or else shove off.View all posts by warningcurvesahead
4 thoughts on “Bella Italia”
I saw some of your instagram photos of this recently and it confirmed that I really want this skirt!
It is absolutely worth the cost, I absolutely adore it! I searched the Internet for months after it sold out, and finally found it! Go for it, girl!
Easier now that it’s back in stock but I’m waiting for the wonderland print Ella
Oh that skirt! Jealousy!
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