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60s Maxi Skirt Teal and Purple Yarn Fringe One of a Kind Rhode Island School of Design 26 inch waist size small unique skirt metallic

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A one of a kind 1960s maxi skirt, made by a student of the Rhode Island School of Design. Made of a thicker, upholstery-like fabric, a tweedy metallic teal. Fabric was imported from Venezuela. Plum and teal stripes decorate the skirt, along with yarn fringe detail on the bottom four tiers. Three hook and eye closures, metal zipper with plastic teeth. Great vintage condition. Only flaw to note is one eye has fallen off. Easy repair. Size Small, see measurements below for accurate fit.

Waist: 26”
Hips: 42” max
Length: 37”



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60s Maxi Skirt Teal and Purple Yarn Fringe One of a Kind Rhode Island School of Design 26 inch waist size small unique skirt metallic

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: yarn
  • Feedback: 91 reviews
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