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Nordstrom Knock Off Skirt {Buy or DIY Skirt}

Skirt Fixation shows you how to make this Nordstrom skirt for a LOT less money!

Today we have another Buy or DIY skirt for you! We’ll be showing you an easy way to make an inexpensive knockoff of a high-end leather skirt.

Skirt Fixation shows you how to make this Nordstrom skirt for a LOT less money!

Our skirt pick of the day is the Adrienne Skirt from Nordstrom.  This is a sueded leather skirt and has some fantastic paneled detailing.

Buy or DIY Details:

Nordstrom Skirt: Adrienne Suede Skirt

Fabric Recommendation: Perfection Leather Brown Fabric

Pattern Recommendation:  Lekala Trumpet Skirt  Modify by shortening to knee length, split the panels in the middle alternate directions, use snaps instead of buttons and buttonholes

Buy or DIY Math:

Nordstrom skirt: $945 retail price.

Fabric needed: 1 yard at $14.98 per yard

Notions: Snaps $5.30

Pattern: $2.99

Total $: $23.27 for DIY

Total Savings: $921.73

Buy or DIY Summary:

No question, the DIY wins for sure!! Please note that our fabric recommendation is leather, so by making this skirt yourself you are not compromising quality at all!  You’ll be winning if you follow this fun DIY trend and make yourself this inexpensive wardrobe addition.

Now for the legal mumbo jumbo: affiliate links are used in this post, not because we’ve ever made any money off of affiliate links, but being ever optimistic, we plan to be the next Bill Gates of affiliate links.  Clicking on an affiliate link won’t harm you, and will certainly give our ego a boost, and may even add a few pennies to our bank account!

Published by skirtfixation

Audrey, a mom of 9, sews and blogs at Skirt Fixation, your home for everything skirt related! There's lots of other sewing goodness too...after all can't leave the boys out of sewing adventures! She also designs and sells pattern through Project Run & Play.

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