Four Seasons, One Skirt

Yep, I'm still going on about the weather. In fact, I can't seem to stop myself! There's something not quite right when it's still the tail end of what should be quite a chilly winter...and I'm planning a weekend trip to the beach. Here in Sydney, the temperature is hovering fairly steadily around the 25°C degree mark with an occasional burst of torrential rain, a little further north in Brisbane it's easily soaring into the 30's, and Melbourne...well, who knows what's going on down there - gale force winds, heat waves, biting cold, rain....all in one day, generally.


Clearly, the weather cannot be relied upon. Which is why this Umbrella Skirt by Cecilia Felli is pure genius. Not that you'd just take off your skirt and put it over your head if it started to pour (I hope), but anyone who can fashion an umbrella into an adorable skirt Project Runway: MacGyver Edition stylee definitely deserves all the kudos going their way.


What really sells it for me is the photos of some serious skirt-swirlin' goings on. I can almost hear the satisfying swish of the former umbrella...and what good is a skirt if you can't swirl around in it...and in the rain no less?!

[via Design Milk]

7 comments:

Cypriotchick said...

a tottally amazing skirt...soo colourful... soo swishy! it is stunning!

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The Redhead Riter said...

I love this skirt! It is truly a HAPPY skirt!

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Midassa said...

That is a very cool item of clothing! There are so many different types of umbrella patterns and I'm already thinking of a few that would make awesome skirts!

golublog said...

That skirts looks fun like wearing a rainbow.

Jenn said...

OMG! I want that skirt! and I can completely identify w/what you're saying about the weather, only mine is the opposite. Right now it should be summer but it's been pretty mild. We go from 90 degrees to 60 degrees. Idk whether to where my swimsuit or bundle up in my nicest autumn scarf.

poet said...

Big applause! That idea is genius - though I couldn't see myself in something quite that colorful I'll keep it in mind in case I ever want to repurpose a broken umbrella...

Greetings,
poet

sarah anita victoria said...

That is so very wonderful! I love bright colours so much.