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That’s a Wrap Skirt!

Today is a beautiful sunny cool day and I had to wear the wrap skirt that I had sewn for a Master’s course that I had taken.I wanted to make a wrap skirt that didn’t necessarily look like it was a wrap skirt. The fabric I bought on sale at Joanne Fabrics, it looked so expensive and elegant to me. The skirt took me about four days to make because it actually is reversible.  Sometime in the near future I will do a style post with the reversible fabric shown.  I love how I can wear this skirt to work, church or out for an evening event. My blouse I was able to get on sale at Macy’s and I can tell it will be a work horse in my wardrobe.  I love finding key pieces that will work with so many things in my closet.

My purse is from Coach, my hubby bought it for me on the cruise we went to last year. I had to add a punch of color so what better way to do it than in my accessories.

My beagle, G made a cameo in this picture, he is always on sniff patrol.

My hubby caught me in mid conversation on this photo. This outfit just felt so good and my Vince Camuto open toe leather booties are so comfortable and edgy. My silver necklace is a gift from my hubby.

The fabric is soft and has embroidered gold and black flowers on it.

Brocade fabric

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  • http://www.logallot.com Sonia

    I love the material in that skirt. What I like most with this outfit is that you wore minimal accessories and it really let the focus be on the beautiful design of the skirt itself. Nice touch JT!

    • http://bubblingwitheleganceandgrace.com JTWisdom

      Thanks Sonia!
      When I have a print on I always try to keep the accessories to a minimum.

  • http://www.thenaturalwomantoday.com Tonya

    I love the punch of color in the purse!! Very pretty and unexpected!! Great idea when wearing black during this spring/summer season!

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