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Maternity below knee pencil skirt

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TethHearseEnd Mon 10-Oct-11 21:03:26

In black. Anyone seen one?

I like this but I am a sixteen now at seven weeks and beginning to show; a 14's not really going to cut it.

I want one to make up for the leather skirt I ordered weeks ago which already doesn't fit. So if you can find me a leather maternity skirt, that's even better- but I won't hold my breath (well, only to get into the skirt I have).

Biggem Mon 10-Oct-11 22:02:52

Have you tried ASOS? their maternity range was pretty good to me last year and looks even better this year?

herecomesthsun Tue 11-Oct-11 00:18:24

Heh, tethers, congrats!! It does say "it comes up rather large" in the reviews.

herecomesthsun Tue 11-Oct-11 00:29:13

"DVO"? here but doesn't give length

TethHearseEnd Wed 12-Oct-11 17:36:54

Oooh, had forgotten about this, sorry!

Thanks for ideas and congrats smile... had discounted Asos, but if it comes up big, then they have a skirt which could work... That DVO one is ok, but doesn't seem to exist anymore.

FrenchLimeBlossom Wed 12-Oct-11 20:02:05

Try Isabella Oliver here - their stuff lasts, washes brilliantly and keeps its shape! well worth the money.

TethHearseEnd Wed 12-Oct-11 20:50:42

Thanks French- IO was in my OP grin

The skirt I want from them is the midi pencil skirt but only available in a 14...

Georgimama Wed 12-Oct-11 20:54:08

jojo maman et bebe had a lovely pencil skirt last season, I am a er large 16 and it fitted until I went on maternity leave at 32 weeks.

I wonder if they still do it, hang on a sec

Yes they do

I am tall and it was on the knee on me.

FrenchLimeBlossom Wed 12-Oct-11 22:24:10

Sorry tethers, momentarily distracted by teething baby and forgot to have recall of more than 5 seconds smile

But website says the IO split pencil skirt in black is available in size 5, i was a 16 (and then some) in early pregnancy and their stuff all came a little roomy and fitted all the way through pregnancy and beyond, so i would recommend it!

whackamole Thu 13-Oct-11 02:08:31

ASOS.

this one - cheap and cheerful and free delivery if you're not in a massive hurry!

whackamole Thu 13-Oct-11 02:09:37

Just to add - I haven't got that skirt but have bought a couple of maternity dresses from ASOS and they are fairly decent - quite generous.

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