Nita Wrap Skirt

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Wrap skirts are HUGE this season! So I was thrilled to be chosen by Sew Diy to be a pattern tester for her Nita Wrap Skirt. It was a breeze to put together, and the instructions were very clear. I was inspired by this lovely skirt from Anthropologie. To get this look, I chose to do the midi length and tie version of this skirt and I chose a lightweight denim cotton from Joann’s for my fabric.

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I added on my own embellishment to my waistband, tie and front edges. I was inspired by this denim wrap skirt by Free People. I also added top stitching all around the waistband and tie.

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The Nita Wrap Skirt is perfect for spring! I’ll link the pattern here once it is available for purchase so you can whip one up for yourself!

Bag: H&M, Shirt: H&M old, Shoes: Nordstrom old; similar

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9 thoughts on “Nita Wrap Skirt

  1. Your skirt is gorgeous, Sara! I love the embellishment you added. I love the way you styled it, too. Now you’re making me want to wear a wrap skirt — which is something I never thought I’d say! Beautiful!

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  2. Hi Sara, I love your finished Nita Skirt! I was lucky enough to test the pattern too and it’s been really exciting to see how each tester has made it their own 🙂 And as a fellow Anthropologie fan – without the budget to shop there – it’s great to see how store bought clothes can be used as inspiration to make up something special and totally unique. X

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  3. So funny to read this and also the comments above about the Anthro love 🙂 I just made a kimono inspired by an Anthropologie Kimono that was ‘a little’ out of my budget 🙂 They just have such a nice clothing and style, my pinterest board about clothing inspiration is full of their garments 😉 Anyway, I really like your wrap skit, and these details on the ties with the stitching makes it so much more stylish, yet in a very subtle way. Really great!

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