* orangyporangy opal skirt

Posted on September 26th, 2009 by maitreya. Filed under Wants.


I already have 2 orangyporangy skirts, and now I have 3.  Couldn’t resist the big sale she was having last week and got an opal one in this cute bird pattern.  The part that peeks out the bottom is actually a full slip.

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I love her skirts so much.  They’re the kind of skirts that strangers stop me on the street to compliment.  And they’re super comfortable and well-made.



2 Responses to “orangyporangy opal skirt”

  1. ana Says:

    i simply love it, love the design! and it looks really nice on you!

  2. celia Says:

    i have that same material from IKEA, i made a comforter cover out of it though. if you want you can find it on my flickr!
    cute skirt by the way!

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