Friday, October 10, 2008

Feminine Friday

In my attempt to dress femininely, without the frou-frou, I have been wearing more skirts lately. Here is one I love;

The Land's End Knit Skirt. Can you say comfort? This skirt is so easy to wear and care for. Looks great all day, and I love that I can do all my daily activities in it!

From homeschooling, to shopping, to cooking and cleaning, you can do it all in this skirt. It comes in pretty colors too.

Did I mention that a store called "Burlington Brands", not to be confused with Burlington Coat Factory, sells these for $4.99? They are located at our local outlet center.

I have a busy day ahead, and need to get ready. Can you guess what I am going to wear?


  1. $4.99?????

    WOW! Wish I lived near a Burlington Brands! I'm a dresses/skirts only girl, and have longingly wished for one if those.

  2. This seems like a perfect skirt....wish I had that store...GREAT price....
    in the winter I would wear tights with it...

  3. WOW! That is beautiful!!! You are so lucky to have those near you at such a wonderful price! :)
    Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog!

    I see you live in PA...i do as well! :) I hope you have a great day!

  4. That's beyond a fantastic price! Lands End is such good quality stuff.


  5. The skirt looked great last evening at Bible Study.

    I am wearing a similar one today to do the candle show. I like the length. It is easy to bend over and move around in without worrying all of the time about what might be "showing".

    Have a great day!

    Becky K.

  6. Love the style! very feminie and as you said, without the freau freau! I can't believe that price! What a blessing!

  7. I love when things are pretty yet easy to care important for mommies! That's so pretty, Mrs. Rabe. :o)

    Hope that you enjoyed a lovely weekend!


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