Vivid Vintage 60s Fleur De Lis Full Skirt -
Big repeated panel prints such as the one on this skirt are so great with basic neutral tops. This cotton full skirt is likely from the late 50s/early 60s. Outlined in curly-cues and flourishes, the standout motif is the fleur de lis. We see this heraldic print often in architecture, decorative ornamentation and plenty of vintage fabrics. That's probably because it just adds gorgeous, all-around decorative flair. The colorway here is fab. It's goldenrod, olive, mustard, white and black.
This cute skirt closes at the side with a metal zipper. It has belt loops so that if you wanted to wear a belt, with you could. It's got some volume, too. We've shown it with a light crinoline, but you don't need to wear a petticoat with it unless you want to do so. It's got plenty of swing without one.
Hurry. A skirt in this size waist from this era usually finds its audience quickly. Count yourself the lucky one if you're fortunate enough to snap-up this one.
Goldenrod, mustard, white, black, olive greenFabric:
Waist = 30 "
Hip = 60 "
Length = 25 "