Added Nov 8, 2008
Brooklyn, New Yo...
I am wearing two of the exact same pieces in these pictures. One as a top, one as a skirt.
There are casings with a double drawstring at the top (when being worn as a top), and belt loops at the waist, along with another tie. There’s a shorter side and a longer side, I’m wearing the shorter side in the front on top, the longer side in front on the skirt.
You can play with this top quite a bit for different looks. For a skirt, turn it upside down, tie the belt at the waist, and fold the top down. Sexy slits at the legs that are the armholes when it’s a top. Beautiful construction, French Seams.
These are wardrobe elements. I show you two ways to wear here, but I don’t want to tell you it’s a skirt, it’s a top, it’s this, it’s a that. Play with it and see what you like. Maybe it’s a collar for you. Or a hat. Or a garter belt. Or a sleeve.
This is black designer surplus Italian microfiber with permanent heat set wrinkles. Machine wash COLD, LINE DRY, or you may release the wrinkles.
black designer surplus italian microfiber with permanent heat set wrinkles, thread, love
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