I've had mine for awhile but just now decided to comment. I got two of the enwrapture longs and love them, even if they do have a couple of setbacks.
Cons- they rip easily. I have snagged the fabric on mine from just one or two wears.
The fabric slips easily. I quickly determined that these are not garments for housework or doing other errands. These are best for lounging around or entertaining guests while sitting with a cocktail in one hand. Although wearing it as a strapless dress is one of my favorite ways to wear, it does begin to slip with two much walking or running around. I am smaller breasted too for reference.
Pros-I have a big booty and lots of curves beyond my waist. Wrap skirts really do well at disguising that and elongating my torso since I am also short. I thought length might be an issue but really you can tie them as high waisted as you like so this isn't a problem.
I find them comfortable and super glamorous if worn the right way with a few glitzy accessories. They are definitely very boheme and hippie but I think anybody considering one should know that these are hippie skirts! Unless you are buying one in a super conservative monochromatic type of print, it is going to look like a hippie skirt. I don't know about Hare Krishna, haha, but hippie, yes. If you want to be more glamorous, you can call it bohemian and I say add some sparkly jewelry and fancy shoes and you will look more luxe than dirty hippie in no time.
And as for the slipping, I have several cotton wrap skirts and if slipping is really an issue for you, you may want to try an all cotton version because they don't seem to do that much.