The skirt from today's suit has a leather-edged zipper in back that zips from both ends. One continuous zipper with a half inch of black leather on either side. To make a kick-pleat, pull the zipper up from the bottom hem as high as desired.
Today's kick-pleat couldn't be too high because of my stockings. Yes, real honest-to-God stockings. With lace at the top around the top of my thighs. Too much of an unzipped kick-pleat and the lace tops peek through.
Bending over to retrieve a pencil that fell from behind my ear, the zipper decided on its own to take that opportunity to slide itself all the way up. My skirt began to slide forward from my hips.
It's amazing how fast a person can stand up and turn around! My hands quickly found the wayward zipper and slid it back to kick-pleat length while my eyes gazed around the room to see if anyone noticed my impromptu mooning.
As Shooter Jennings would sing, "Get outta that skirt, but leave them high heels on." Oh, dear!
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