Hoopin…

I don’t even know what hoopin means nor do I know what this thing is for? Anyone? And at what festival is this an “eye-catcher”? Oh my. Worked up in different colors doesn’t make it better either. And $30 for anyone interested in her yarn scraps!

For all you hoopin mamas, performers, woodland creatures, and anyone else who wants to add some sparkle to their wardrobe. An eye-catcher at festivals.

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10 comments

  1. Alisea says:

    I think for everyday wear it’s pretty odd.. but it would look pretty neat for a belly dancer or if you went to Shambalah or Burning Man. I think it’s all in the context of how/where it’s worn.

  2. Traci says:

    Like others said hoopin is hula hooping/dancing. And I have to agree I think it would get in the way. Although it might be interesting to see what happens when someone is using a fire hoop and wearing one of these lol. Oh and festivals…they hoop at all kinds of events. Music events, renaissance, art fairs/shows, and all kinds of stuff. Its the new trendy hippie thing to do

  3. Harvi says:

    Skirts like these are all the rage for tribal/fusion bellydance. I made one for myself out of yarn and I’ve seen them out of similar type, but really, they are so easy to make that it seems silly to buy one.

  4. Donna says:

    I was at an outdoor concert yesterday and watched several young women dancing while hula hooping. I found it fascinating. There were not, however, wearing anything remotely resembling this!!!

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