I knew the moment I saw a preview of this skirt that it would be mine. Except. There was only one of it. And I thought it had all ready sold out.
It was sold through Modcloth. And miracle of miracles (although, I hope it truly was not a miracle for as much as I love my skirt, I do not want to waste miracles on clothing), the skirt became available.
I bought it.
Without checking the size.
Thankfully it fit. I also purchased a Vintage Folk Belt that day.
So far, I have paired it twice with my black t-shirt. And I want to pair it with my Lunation Tee next.
I know I promised different outfit pictures of settings other than my fireplace, but sometimes that is not possible. On Sunday, I have an outfit post going up where I ventured to a rose garden.
Tomorrow, I will have a post dedicated to vintage skirts that I have stalked on Etsy to show pretty pieces currently for sale in a variety of sizes. If you don’t do vintage, Modcloth has the most amazing skirt on their site right now. It is called Bright as can Beat Skirt.
Do you shop vintage? What is your favorite vintage item to shop for? I love finding vintage dresses and skirts.
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