Normally, I prefer nice, stiff cotton skirts. But when I saw this Vixen by Micheline Pitt swing skirt with an original 1950s floral print, I knew I’d have to make an exception. And as long as I was making an exception, I decided to try out the vacation blouse, as well!
Both pieces have a nice weight, and you don’t have to worry about wrinkling thanks to the fabric!
Aren’t the colors fantastic?!?
I accessorized with Splendette Duchess bangles (of course!), and a gingko leaf brooch from the Erstwilder Art Nouveau collection.
This outfit works for now, and I also think it will be great heading into fall!
Like the Troublemaker, this shirt has a nice weight to it, so even though it’s a knit, it’s also very well structured. The quality and workmanship is just as excellent as that of the Troublemaker, too. My favorite part of the shirt, however silly it might sound, it the collar/neckline. I have never been one to pop my collar, but there’s something about this top that makes me want to do so, and it looks great when I do! I’m not sure that the pictures really do it justice, but I feel really fantastic when I wear it!
I’ve purchased and loved two great shirts by Micheline Pitt. Hopefully, I’ll find a Vixen skirt next…I have thought about the leopard print full skirt…if that ever came out in grey instead of brown, it would be in my closet so fast it would make your head spin!
I’ve been wanting to buy something from Unique Vintage, a retro shop on Magnolia Blvd. in Burbank just down the road from Pinup Girl Clothing, for a long time. I’m always reluctant to try new brands, however, because even with size charts, I’m never sure how the clothes will actually fit. But when I heard that Unique Vintage was doing a collaboration with Erstwilder, I knew I finally had the perfect excuse!
The collaboration consists of the Beauty Salon swing skirt and the Rollin’ with Katiedress on the Unique Vintage side, and the Rollin’ with Katiebrooch (of course!) by Erstwilder. I went for the skirt for several reasons, not the least of which is that I love the print on it. I also find size charts more forgiving when it comes to skirts…dresses involve too many different measurements. Plus, I just really prefer skirts! This one fit just as should according to the size chart, which was a huge relief. It’s nice and full, just as I hoped it would be, and I love all the colors, too! I’m feeling pretty confident about buying more Unique Vintage pieces in the future, now that I know how the sizes run, and how good the quality is. Of course, I knew I’d love the brooch, because I love everything I’ve ever ordered from Erstwilder, and I wasn’t disappointed! Plus, it was nice to buy an item through a U.S. based shop for a change, and not worry about currency conversions and customs.
This is also the debut of my second top from Vixen by Micheline Pitt. I’ll have a full review of it later, but let me just say, it’s just as amazing as the Troublemaker top, and will also be a wardrobe staple for me!
I’ve been following the Vixen by Micheline Pitt Etsy shop pretty much ever since it opened. Obviously, I love retro fashion, and Micheline Pitt’s brand caters to that, with an additional bad-girl edge. As soon as I saw that the pink and white striped Troublemaker top was available for preorder last fall, I knew that was going to be my first purchase, because I had been looking for that exact shirt for months!
The top is amazing. The material has a nice weight to it, and the quality is outstanding. I especially love that the long-sleeves are long enough for me. I don’t know if my arms are exceptionally long, but I find that a lot of “long sleeve” tops fall an inch or two short on me. I also love the color…the pink is the perfect shade to match a lot of the clothes I was hoping it would go with.
You’ll have to wait for my review of the second top I purchased from Vixen, but I already love the brand, and I can’t wait to see what else Micheline Pitt comes up with!
From the moment I purchased my Mary Blair boat print Jenny skirt from Pinup Girl Clothing, I hoped I would find the perfect pink and white striped top to go with it. Sure, I had other shirts that paired well with the skirt, including one that gave off a great elf vibe in December. But when I saw this “Troublemaker Top” available for preorder from Vixen by Micheline Pitt, I knew it was a match made in heaven…and I was right!
I also love the way it looks behind my Erstwilder brooch!
Not only is the shirt a perfect match, it’s also really well made. I love the weight of the material, and at this time of year, it’s nice to have another long-sleeve shirt that goes with my Pinup Girl skirts. I’m looking forward to creating more pairings…I have quite a few pieces that will also go well with my new top!