I have been wearing the same tie-dyed t-shirt since I was a little kid at sleepaway camp. It still has the original nametape that my mom sewed in 1988. I wore it to high school with my 8-eye Doc Maartens and also when I dressed up as a hippie (with the chicest tapestried bell bottoms!) for Halloween. I brought it back to camp when I was a counselor in the late ‘90s and my kids can attest that I still wear it today, despite its many, many holes.
So, needless to say, I love the way this tie-dye skirt was elevated in romantic tones and pin pleats. Personally, I’d wear it with a leather jacket come fall and a sweater and sleek booties when winter approaches. But I think you can easily get away with a crisp tee and white Birkenstocks now if you are one of those that likes to stay on theme.