I adore a long wrap skirt. I wore them the first time, back in the late 60’s and early 70’s, and I still love wearing them. Old hippies never die, we just tie our waists a little looser. While out shopping with Ally and Suzanne in Toronto, we found a whole outdoor rack of these fabulous skirts. It was difficult to buy one and leave the rest behind, but this one wooed me best.
Always room in my closet for a hippie skirt :
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There’s no maker’s mark, and it may be a modern skirt with a vintage look and feel. It’s a true wrap, the best kind. The black cotton top is by Nygard, and it has wonderful topstiching below the waist. I like my “basic” tops to have a touch of personality. I found this one (similar) while thrifting with Suzanne, and did a happy dance at the $5 price tag. Gorgeous beaded necklace by Suzanne Carillo, thrifted emerald bracelet (sim), and ankle-strap sandals (sim) finish off my summer outfit.
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