Vintage Florals and Visible Monday

The only thing better than a great-fitting floral skirt is a vintage floral skirt, and one that cost less than two cups of coffee. I had a blast thrifting in Toronto with Suzanne and Ally, and came home with some treasures, including this fab 1970’s (?) print skirt.

Welcome to Visible Monday. If you want to participate, it’s so easy: just go to the bottom of this post for the how-to. Link back to Not Dead Yet Style if you like – we’re on Easy Does It “rules” now!

I’ve already worn this skirt several times, with a black long-sleeved tee, and with a peachy blouse (similar), as here. I love the skirt’s length and the slim but not-tight fit. I added a vintage bib necklace (sim), leather patterned belt (sim) and a cuff from Citizen Rosebud‘s shop.

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The black leather platform pumps (sim) are proving to be versatile.

 

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A gorgeous day and lovely view, and that’s my favorite parking meter. : >

 

Now, let’s see what’s in your closet, Visible Women.

The guidelines to participate in the Visible Monday Link-Up are so simple:

    1. Whoever wants to can join in! Just compose a post that includes any outfit, accessory, piece of jewelry, hairstyle, cosmetic or other adornment that makes you feel more confident, alive and visible that day.
    2. Go to the bottom of this post and click on the InLinkz button “Add Your Link”. It should open a new page.
    3. In the “Next Step”, you crop the pic (easy tool) you want to display, and you’re done!
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Stay fabulous,

 

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39 Comments

  1. What a scoop that skirt was Patti, it’s a gem. All of those wonderful colours to choose from – so much choice, so much fun. I could be a tad envious if I wasn’t so happy about my forthcoming shopping trip to all of my fave charity shops!

    Thanks for the link up party. Have a lovely week x
    Anna

  2. Love your hair, your look and the fluttered sleeve blouse from Nordstrom. You look so pretty, Patti!

  3. I love this Visible Monday link up idea. Thank you for organizing it. Your skirt is so pretty and chic. I like the whole look.

    P.S. I am organizing a link up. Feel free to join and share your post.
    XO
    Miri

  4. I LOVE how you’ve styled this! I think I like the peach is even better than the black top. Peach with your skin tone is so lovely.

    That is the cool thing when you buy a skirt with so many colours. You can match it with everything.

    This is one of my favourite outfits of yours.

    Am I jealous of your view? Uh, yeah.

    bisous
    Suzanne

  5. You always rock vintage florals. Gorgeous skirt. And speaking of florals, I am wearing floral shorts in two outfits, today. =)

  6. I love the huge daisy print on the front of your skirt. Like you, when I get a new fave piece of clothing I’ll wear it and wear it. And the price was soooo right too. I’m glad you and Suzanne and Ally had a chance to get together. Am I jealous? Oh noooo, who me? Hahaha. Thanks for the linkup!

  7. Oh, that’s my fav parking meter too, Patti. But your skirt print is so cool. Wow. It looks like you could read fortunes or do magic with it. And those shoes, way cool, especially when we get to see the side view while you’re fawning over that parking meter…

  8. I really like your skirt. Only recently have I been on the look out for some type of floral-something-it’s not in my comfort zone for some reason but I sure would like to step out-but it has to be thrifted so that makes a bigger challenge,,,,,for some reason, I want big roses-don’t know why.

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