Waltzing Matilda Ball Skirt Review

Jessica LeSueur

Posted on February 06 2014

I still remember the first time I saw Gone With the Wind. I was mesmerized by Vivien Leigh. I thought she was the most beautiful woman I had ever seen. And her dresses?! They were dreamy. It's thanks to her that I've always been in love with a long, full skirt. It was a childhood fantasy to wear one of those dresses. Tell me I'm not alone?!

That's why when I first saw the Waltzing Matilda Ball Skirt, my heart jumped out of my chest. It immediately reminded me of Scarlett O’Hara and her skirts that I've always dreamed of wearing.

The Waltzing Matilda Ball Skirt is a floor length ball skirt that is constructed to be feminine and flattering. It sits at the natural waistline and is fitted through the hip. It elegantly flares out at the low hip and inverted pleats create flow and movement.

The fit and flare style of the Matilda skirt is the ultimate figure-flattering silhouette; think classic 1930s, 40s and 50s. Everyone from Loretta Young to Grace Kelly to Katharine Hepburn has donned this feminine look. It's one of the most iconic styles of all time. 

The Waltzing Matilda Ball Skirt is so crush-worthy that you will want to wear it everywhere. (Believe me.) And it's designed so you'll be able to do just that. The Stretch Taffeta fabric is non-restrictive- making you feel comfortable no matter what you're doing. The custom-designed Shabby Apple polka-dot print keeps it fresh and fun while the stunning silhouette makes you feel elegant and polished. The perfect combination of fun and fancy allows you to dress it up or keep it casual. So- go dancing, catch a Broadway Show, head to work, or grab a bite to eat...

From the iconic vintage homages to the custom-print polka dots and fit and flare silhouette- this skirt is pure perfection. Who doesn't want to feel feminine, flattered, and a little bit like Vivien Leigh? I'm checking off a childhood fantasy as fulfilled.

But seriously, do yourself a favor and join me...

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