The Nen skirt is a 1940s style skirt made up of 8 panels.
Rose’s Wardrobe is inspired by relatives from past times and what they wore. The name ‘Rose’s Wardrobe’ is named after Leanne’s Grandma, Rose.
The vintage inspired Nen skirt is designed and handmade in Langholm, Scotland.
The skirt is made out of 8 panels to give a flattering, feminine silhouette. It’s made out of 100% wool fabric, in a salt and pepper fabric that combines shades of burgundy, burnt orange and lilac, ideal to take you through Autumn and Winter 2020.
The fabric gives a lovely rich feel to a classic shape, and is designed and woven in a local Langholm mill. Find out more about Rose’s Wardrobe Limited Edition fabrics by clicking here.
If you’re looking for the finishing touch, take a look at Rose’s Wardrobes accessories.
Rose’s Wardrobe was founded by Emma and Leanne after both having over 12 years of experience between them working in high street, vintage inspired, and fashion supplier backgrounds. The inspiration from Rose’s Wardrobe derived from Emma and Leanne’s muses - their grandmas and great grandma - Patricia, Edna, and Rose. The aim is to produce replicas of the beautiful clothes their grandmas wore, using colours, styles and prints from the 1940’s through to the 1960’s. You can connect with Rose’s Wardrobe on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. Have a look at where Rose’s Wardrobe will be here. Read our sustainability statement. Or, shop the collection.