Chasing Skirts With its tiki-style depiction of an erupting volcano (including requisite sequin detail), how could this voluminous circle skirt ($39.99, Winners , 444 Yonge, 416-598-8800, and others, www.winners. ca) not be a smokin' addition to your hot-weather wardrobe?
Unleash your inner hippie chick - minus the earth-tone part - in this citrusy drop-waist cotton number featuring fine silver-thread stripes ($85, Yoka, 2116J Queen East, 416-686-0836).
Simple in its non-colour scheme, not so simple in its embroidered, sequined pattern ($69.95, Le Chateau , 336-340 Queen West, 416-971-9314, http://lechateau. com). Get the best of both worlds in this A-line.
Get ready for the future (present, for some) silhouette in skirts: the bubble. Definitely a nod to fashions of the not-so-distant past, this one by Imperial features drawstring details ($175, Frock , 97 Roncesvalles, 416-516-1333) for a touch of utilitarian nostalgia.
Clearly, the tiered peasant skirt is in the number-one spot as fashion must-have for the season - and this green version by Coin Laundry ($295, Finishing Touches , 3281 Yonge, 416-482-9034, www.ftouches.com) is so now.