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Stylish Travel Apparel from Kosher Casual #Giveaway


Finding clothing that can travel well is a difficult task sometimes. Add in the fact that I require my clothing to be modest as well, and that gets even harder (finding modest clothing is hard period!). One of my favorite modest clothing companies is Kosher Casual; I have had several of their denim skirts over the years, and love each one of them. For summer travel though, sometimes denim is just a little too hot-especially in the type of heat we've been experiencing these past few weeks. Needless to say, I was thrilled when I discovered Kosher Casual also offers maxi skirts; I knew with the quality and style I'm used to from KC, and the added comfort and travel-ability of a maxi skirt, this would be a winner!

The Women's Flowing A-Line Maxi Skirt is available in over 15 colors, so you can find one to pair with any top/outfit! I chose the dark charcoal, and was so excited when it arrived-all the way from Israel!

The first thing you'll notice when you feel this skirt is the comfort. Most maxi skirts are made of a nice material, but this one is super soft and comfy! Literally so perfect for summer wear! Yet the nice thing is that it's not the super flimsy, see-through material a lot of maxis come in, which means you don't *need* to wear a slip underneath. 

This maxi skirt is great in that you can pair it with just about anything. Dress it up with a blouse and heels, or go casual with a t-shirt and a comfortable pair of flats. As you can see from the pictures below, you will be able to make so many outfits with just this one skirt as the base!




As I expected, this skirt pairs the quality, modesty, and style I have come to love from Kosher Casual clothing. It is actually in my suitcase right now (I'm typing this up as we're on the road to the Creation Museum) and it will definitely be a necessity on our future road trips!


One of my readers will receive their choice of Skirt from Kosher Casual!!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments

Darlene said…
I would choose the LONG BLACK DRESSY SKIRT LINED for my daughter=in-law
andrea v said…
LONG BLACK DRESSY SKIRT LINED
latanya t said…
STRETCH PENCIL SKIRT FOR WOMEN IN COTTON SPANDEX
Anonymous said…
I like the Ruched Pencil Skirt in black. Paticia
Christy DuBois said…
I like a lot of them but currently I would get the Wimens Kneelength Denim Pencil Skirt, Original cut.
Christy DuBois said…
I like most all of their skirts. I have been wanting a denim skirt therefore I would get the WOMEN'S KNEE LENGTH DENIM PENCIL SKIRT - ORIGINAL CUT. Thanks for this giveaway.
Anonymous said…
i like the ruched pencil skirt
Unknown said…
I like this one in fuchsia http://koshercasual.com/Maxi-Skirt-WomensFlowing-A-line-_1430_p.html
blew415 said…
Kneelength Denim Pencil Skirt
Julie Waldron said…
MAXI SKIRT WOMEN'S - FLOWING A-LINE for my daughter.
stephanie said…
A line denim skirt knee length
Unknown said…
I would choose the Maxi Skirt for Women in Heather Grey. Thanks for the giveaway!
Anonymous said…
I would choose the Grey Knee length skirt it's my style in skirts.
Bridget said…
I would choose KNEE LENGTH SKIRT WITH RUCHED WAISTBAND FOR WOMEN
Carla D. said…
I'd pick the MAXI SKIRT WOMEN'S - FLOWING A-LINE in Black. I'm a simple kind of woman.
DShope said…
I like the lined peasant skirt in blue.
Terra Heck said…
I'd choose the Long Black Dressy Skirt Lined. Thanks.
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Unknown said…
I would choose a black maxi skirt
Leela said…
Sports Skirt Slight A Line Cotton Spandex Skirt for Women in heather grey.
Anonymous said…

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LONG COTTON SKIRT - WOMENS A-LINE in orchard beautiful...
Unknown said…
The ruched pencil skirt is adorable! I'd love to win! Thanks. That skirt looks cute on you!
Arf2-D2 said…
I like the SPORTS SKIRT NYLON MESH SPANDEX FOR WOMEN in blue
Marilyn said…
I would choose the A-LINE DENIM SKIRT KNEE-LENGTH FOR WOMEN
thscar said…
I like the tie-dyed skater skirt.
Unknown said…
I would choose the Women's Running Sports Mid Thigh Skirt With Leggings! Have fun at the creation museum, I will be on my way there too for the second time! I just love the gardens outside and moving dinosaurs. It's an amazing place to visit.
Melanie said…
I really like the lined peasant skirt.
beadsapp said…
I like the long denim skirt. I have been looking for one like the dugger girls but couldn't find them. thanks for sharing
Beth said…
POssibly the knee-length skater skirt.
amy m said…
I really like the Full Calf Length Skirt with Pockets in mocha. It'd work for almost all my favorite tops.
Diana said…
I like the long black skirt
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Unknown said…
I really like the Long Flowing Skirt with Pockets. It looks very comfortable, and I really like all the great colors it comes in.
I'd get 1495 long denim skirt. I love ankle length skirts.
Helen said…
I like the MAXI SKIRT WOMEN'S - FLOWING A-LINE in azure blue
aperry said…
Women's 3/4 Sleeve T Shirt from Cotton Spandex
ken ohl said…
ruched pencil skirt I would choose. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net
sunflowerally22 said…
I would choose the Running Skirt / Sports Skirt With Spandex Shorts For Women ! I love to run and this would be awesome to use daily!

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I really like the KNEE LENGTH SKIRT WITH RUCHED WAISTBAND FOR WOMEN
Clair Shumack said…
WOMEN'S RUNNING SPORTS MID-THIGH SKIRT WITH LEGGINGS is my favorite one!

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