A high waisted button front skirt in a structured thin wale Bedford Corduy with a gathered waist. Bedford cord has a similar look to corduroy is a much more durable fabric that was originally woven in wool and used for riding and hunting wear around the turn of the century. The military used the cotton version in the late 1930’s for US Navy cold weather clothing. This fabric has a great handfeel and structure, it's very special! Emma is 5'4" and typically wears a size 2. She's wearing the Floret Skirt in size 26.
As Ever is the brain child of vintage collector Mark Koski and his family. The line originally started as a side project of selling altered vintage clothing at an event in upstate New York and has since grown into a full fledged clothing line. Featuring pants and jumpsuits based on vintage workwear styling and construction details, but made for the modern woman.