EVERYDAY BEAUTIFUL A-LINE APRON WRAP SKIRT IN MUSTARD LINEN
SET THE TABLE
Basically THE skirt that looks great on everyone.
Impeccably sewn of gorgeous washable linen in the perfect weight that works for work or play. A flattering higher-waisted wrap and a length that magically works on any height. Side pockets (always), extra-long ties and extra front wrap fabric make this apron skirt work for a multitude of body types. A staple for any wardrobe, we have been told that wearing our A-line Apron Wrap Skirt makes you feel “everyday beautiful” -EXACTLY what we were going for.
Available in 5 colors (black, natural, vine green, soft pink, and mustard).
A LIFETIME PIECE. DESIGNED AND HANDMADE IN THE UNITED STATES BY INTRIGUING WOMEN.
100% washable mid-weight (7.1 ounces) European Linen.
Color is a rich mustard.
(Also available in Black, Natural, Soft Pink, and Vine Green)
Free (one size fits most from US size 2-14). Extra yardage and long ties to accommodate a multitude of body types.
Model is 5'7" and wears a US size 8.
Larger sizes are happily made to order. Please email us at email@example.com to place your order and allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.
So flattering with an easy opening to wrap close, a higher waist so ties don’t roll over the top and generous side pockets. Extra fabric and long ties allow the skirt to become and apron to protect any clothing.
ALWAYS. Generously-sized inseam pockets.
Linen becomes softer and more absorbent after each wash! Wash on low temperatures in lukewarm or cold water with like colors. Use the gentle machine cycle and a mild detergent to protect the fibers. Feel free to tumble dry on low temperatures. Remove from the dryer when still slightly damp to avoid the linen becoming stiff and hang or lie flat to finish off the drying process. Iron...only if you can't live with yourself if you don't. We rarely iron.
We designed our skirt using a heavier linen to work for any season. For late Summer/Fall, we have styled this with a short-sleeve rust linen shirt, Brigitte Headscarf in Black Linen, and burgundy suede clogs.
A Goldenrod and Mustard Inspired Table
A table layered with stories and surrounded by love. -Libbie Summers
Love is in the details…
Table Linens: Floral flat sheets lay over two simple work tables and then topped by yardage of mustard colored linen fabric. Finally, 4 table runners were sewn from storied scraps of fabric into a patchwork pattern and were draped over the width of the table top. Two people sitting across from each other at the table shared one runner.
Place Settings -Dishware, Flatware and Napkins: To continue with the homespun chic feel of this table, I chose to use mix and match vintage and antique china along with a mismatch of antique silver flatware. The patterns on the china worked beautifully against the patchwork quilt and added even more layers of storytelling. With all the busyness of the runner and china I knew I wanted to use a more subdued yet organic napkin. I chose the sand linen napkin set.
Place Cards: Thick card stock printed with the names of each guest were cut into small ribbon like pieces. A hole was punched at the end of each piece and a small strand of green twine was threaded through the hole and tied to a boutineer-sized bundle of goldenrod.
Flowers and Vases: I’m a believer of using what grows around you any chance you can. Naturally, it saves on cost, but more importantly it brings the season to the table. This time of year in Coastal Georgia, goldenrod is prolific. I let it and my new Mustard Colored A-line Apron Wrap Skirt inform the color pops! For vases, I mixed a tin can craft (new diy blog post to follow) with my collection of old mustard tins and biscuit tins. Mixing the two, I ran them down the middle of the table among the place settings and then filled with low bunches of the beautiful goldenrod.
Fun Fact: Goldenrod does NOT cause seasonal allergies. Some confuse it with ragweed which is a real problem. You would never want to sit a table with any wild floral that could potentially light a guest up!