In 1962 and 1963, the most popular version of the wrap-around skirt had flared style and quarter-hip-style patch pockets.
Each pattern company cashed in on this popular style. The skirt is fully faced or lined (with a great contrast fabric), with no waistband, those distinctive patch pockets (long enough to serve as belt carriers), and skinny tie belts. Here you can see how the major pattern companies issued their own version for women (Simplicity, Butterick, and McCall's).
And don't forget the younger set! Here is a girl's version - looking just as cute as mom's. :)