Fall fashion direction? Give me a “Sine”

Every girl needs a go-to skirt. More versatile than a dress, the perfect skirt should be neutral in color (gray, taupe, camel or black) and the perfect length (not too short for church and not too long for after dinner drinks).

I recently found the ultimate skirt at Sine – a tulip shaped number in a gorgeous shade of deep, creamy beige. Incredibly well-made, the skirt has an invisible back zipper, hook and eye closure, and is tailored to perfection.

This beauty has an added bonus – it’s created in a seasonless fabric — perfect with boots and a jacket in the fall or flats and a silk tank for summer!

The Sine line is literally filled with fabulous skirts for work and play. A new collection for fall 2010 called the Black Ballerina includes several seriously lust-worthy pieces. The collection was inspired by the artwork of impressionist painter Edward Degas and is simultaneously flirtatious and sophisticated – just like a stylish young Parisian.

Another favorite is the Rose Quartz skirt, pictured. This crisp, pleated skirt sits perfectly on your waist and has a classic flair. Made of polyester and cotton, the skirt is available in sizes 0-10.Retail $168.00

Ready to shop? The entire Sine line is available online. The firm even offers a helpful size chart to ensure the perfect fit. Can’t wait for shipping? The Sine line is also available at Anthropologie stores nationwide.

Susan McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur and social activist. In addition to Susan Said What?! Susan also writes for Style on a WHIM, It’s how you play the game!, and Success Won’t Wait!

While you’re here, don’t forget to enter some of our great giveaways:

$25 gift card to use on a fabulous selection of scarves, wraps and even ponchos at AffordableScarves.com. Retail value $25. ENDS 11-29

Stunning Chloe earrings and crystal beads by WHIMSY Worldwide. Retail Value $197.50. ENDS 11-30

Photo courtesy of Sine.

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