Hand wash is recommended. For machine washing, turn the garment inside out and put it in a protective net. Use the delicate cycle.
In the 60s, the British dressmaker Mary Quant popularized shorter and shorter skirts until she created the mini-skirt. Pleated or trapeze, the shapes evolve over the collections. Symbol of the emancipation of women, short skirts free their legs and no longer constrain them to immobile beauty!
Dare a total white look in winter for its soft and luminous side. The ecru wool skirt goes easily with a sweater, whether oversized, turtleneck or round neck. The satin look of tights or nude stockings is enough to enhance your legs. As for shoes, suedette thigh-high boots are the perfect complement to your outfit in the spirit of the sixties.