How did the 1970’s interpret the plaid wool Pendleton skirt? They made it longer, not pleated, and decidedly A-line. This piece is an example of the “Young Pendleton” line, made in virgin wool, in several demure colors: tan-cream, varying shades of blue, varying shades of maroon, and even a little purple for good measure. Buttons down the front with maroon buttons. Could be worn with a cowl-neck sweater, a rich-fabric blazer with a romantic blouse, or many other ways, and would go surprisingly well with that must-have mid- to late-70’s accessory: The knee-high boot! Click here for sizing and details.