Gilmore Girls Skirts

On my quest to become a Gilmore, I had to start looking like one. Brown hair, check, fair skin, check, brilliant smile that my parents bought for me when I was a teenager, check, clothes…not so much. I like to be comfortable, not spend a lot of money, & I’m skinny…but I’m not Rory skinny. So I noticed that Rory wears a lot of cute skirts, but everything I tried on in the store didn’t look right because I eat every single day. So, I went & bought a skirt pattern, $20 worth of fabric, & made 10 skirts. Lorelai can’t cook, but she can sew, I can do neither. However, the pattern was so easy that it only took me two hours for a skirt. Plus I could fit it to the exact size & length that was right to me. I can pair them with a t-shirt, shrug, or cardigan if I’m feeling especially Rory.   Check back for my adventures & mishaps as I try to become a skirt girl, I’m sure they will be hilarious…for other people.


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About Sarakastic

I've watched every episode of Gilmore Girls several times. I moved to a small town that reminded me of Stars Hollow. I've subconsciously had my haircut to look like Lorelai. Gilmore Girls is my life, I just have to find Luke. (Well, I didn't have a kid when I was 16, but other than that...)

2 thoughts on “Gilmore Girls Skirts

  1. Anne

    I really don’t wear the same clothes as the Gilmore do… but I really like some of them: rory’s boots + white socks in the pilot; Lorelai’s wool blue & green jacket; Lorelai’s blue down jacket; Rory blue scarf and hat in season 3, when she is with Jess in the snow; Lorelai’s jeans; Rachel’s jeans jacket that Lorelai took (which made Luke very angry); Rory’s skirt in season 4 (i can’t find the episode, it’s when a teacher told her she can’t take all her classes) and a some other…

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