Saucy Purple Vintage 60s Wool Pencil Skirt -
If you're watching Mad Men, then you, like most regular viewers, cannot take your eyes off of Joan Holloway. Why is that? D'uh. It's her clothes. They fit like a glove and she always looks utterly sexy in them.
Here's a vintage skirt from the 1960s that has that Joan appeal. It's a regal royal purple shade. It's made of wool and it is darted at the waist for maximum sauciness. The skirt also has a nick kick pleat in the back finished off with an embroidered arrow detail. The skirt zips at the side with a metal zipper. It's made by Lampl.
Va Va VOOM, honey. This vivid purple pencil skirt is the hit of color and sex appeal that your Fall and Winter wardrobe has been begging for all Summer long!
Very Good. There's one flaw shown in the last photo. Right near the button tab on the waist, there's a 1/4" tear. It could be covered with a belt or neatly hand sewn to prevent any fraying. Whatever the case, this is hardly an issue.
Wool. Fabric Notes:
Cardigan sweater is not sold with the skirt. It's from the personal collection of Lucitebox.
Waist = sits very high at natural waist--30 "
Hip = 44 "
Length = 27 "