Review – MDS Krish Asymmetrical Skirt In Green

green skirt

Happy Mid-week everyone! Just a quick review of another design from MDS Collections.

The Krish Skirt in Green is a love at first sight for me due to the pretty lace detail and the chic asymmetrical cut of the design, which I find rather sexy in a subtle way. The fabric feels comfortable on my skin and the skirt is non-sheer with a short lace hem lining as shown clearly in one of the pictures. I like light and fluid fabrics, similar to those used for this particular asymmetrical skirt, and the Corine Floral Romper as they are suitable for the humid weather of Singapore. If you prefer heavier fabrics, then this skirt may not be what you are looking for.

green skirt

Green Skirt

Green Skirt

Asymmetrical Skirt

Asymmetrical Skirt

Thanks for reading and see you later!

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      Pru Yeo
      October 7, 2015

      Hi Dasha, I window-shop a lot so I score higher chances to get to see interesting designs! Thanks for dropping by!

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    Debora
    September 30, 2015

    Fabulous look!
    Debora xxx

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    Helen Chik
    October 1, 2015

    The skirt looks fabulous on you and that colour is perfect!

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    Helen xx
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    annie lee
    October 1, 2015

    your post is a reminder for me that i need a pedi. real badly!! you look stunning as always prudence x

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