Hope Pleat Skirt
Hope Pleat Skirt
Transition into Fall with this pleated skirt by Hope. With details like asymmetrical width of pleats and two overlapping slits, a hidden zip closure and a contrasting sporty elastic waistband, the skirt was definitely designed with quality in mind. It's made in a Japanese fabric which gives the style a flowy yet modern feel. 100% polyester Size & Fit Model is 5'8" and wears a size 36/small. Care Instructions Dry clean only.
Echoing the laidback lifestyle of California, this San Francisco boutique is filled with refined street clothing and accessories for both men and women. Their stock list reads like our own personal wish list and is packed with brands we love, not to mention the way they bridge the gap between modern prep and urban wear is totally contemporary and fashion forward. The shop was created by Daniel Lee and Natasha Wong, chasing a desire to champion off-beat brands and new designers while placing a strong emphasis on the customer’s shopping experience first. When it comes to relaxed weekend-wear, Seldom Seen is the ultimate.
Hope launched in 2001 when designers Ann Ringstrand and Stefan Söderberg showed their first women’s wear collection at the Björkholmen Gallery. Raw, relaxed and authentic are just a few words that could be used to describe this Swedish brand’s collection of clothing, shoes and accessories. Free of embellishment and unnecessary adornments, Hope is known for designs that are sleek and consistently stylish. Inspired by traditional men’s workwear and uniforms, subtle utilitarian details enhance the crisp shapes and quality fabrics. We’re obsessed.