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Was very pleased with this skirt...even more beautiful than the photo can show, nice sturdy material and wonderful craftsmanship. Thank you!
The most beautiful skirt I have ever owned!!!
Words cannot even express how excited I was to receive this skirt after searching for one like this all year to replace my favorite skirt Ive worn out after 12+ years. But, when I opened the box, I was absolutely blown away because not only is it everything my old favorite skirt was (stretches to fit multiple sizes, comfy, long and easy to pack) but it is by far the most beautiful skirt I have ever owned!! Plus, it is obviously so well made I am hopeful it will last far more than 12 years!!!!
Shashi Sehgal Cotton apparel
"In my life, I have seen and experienced many difficult moments, which I am proud to have overcome. But there have also been many good moments, and these I will cherish forever."
"I am a very simple, down-to-earth woman and, if you ask my... read more
Tied Dyed and Embroidered Rayon Skirt from India, "Russet Fusion"$44.99
A rich fusion of russet and midnight blue create color harmony on this tie-dyed and screen printed skirt from Rakesh Rana in India. The long rayon skirt is embellished with traditional embroidery and features a bottom ruffle. An elasticized waist provides maximum comfort.
Batik Rayon Skirt in Green and Magenta from Bali, "Gingko Leaf"$57.99
Inspired by fall, Balinese artisan Endah creates this lovely skirt. Crafted from suave rayon, this high-low skirt is decorated using the batik method; a wax resist is stamped by hand onto the fabric before it is treated with colorful dyes, resulting in entrancing green and magenta leaf motifs. An elastic waistline gives the skirt a gathered hemline.
Black Bandhani Skirt, "Black Bandhani"$59.95
Bandhani is a tie-dyeing technique practiced mainly in western India. Intricate patterns are created by wrapping the fabric with string before dyeing it. When the fabric is untied, natural patterns appear in the places where the string prevented the dye from taking hold. Bandhani cloth is often used for women's shawls, but here the technique is adapted for a silky maxi skirt. Made of a black knit viscose rayon, the skirt drapes beautifully and features an elastic waistband for comfort.