Care instructions: wash in cold water and hang to dry
Dark Olive/Light Olive
Size: There is a small elastic in the waistband so the skirt stays in place. It stretches a lot. Measurements are from unstretched to stretched at the elastic waistband but you'll probably wear it around your hips.
Fairies love to get down and get all tribal, dancing the night away, fluttering about in the forest with bass music beating to the rhythm of their own hearts. Hence the evolution of our Leaf Shaped skirts, now with a front and a back…. and yes: It's kinda like a loincloth! But a sexy super comfortable and breathable pixie one…
The skirt is a V shape like the pointed end of a leaf. There is overlocking stitching on both the front and back of the V skirt to represent the ‘veins’ of a leaf.
The waistband folds over so you can adjust the length of the skirt and where it sits on your hips. There is an elastic in the waistband to keep the skirt in place and the fold over top hides any ‘muffin’ effect and also provides a flattering tummy tuck.
We’ve also included rail pulls on the sides of the skirt so just in case you want to show even more leg, cause you know when you get all tribal you get hot, you’re dancing and those fairy legs need to move, bend and grind on the dancefloor.
Sizing is combined sizes as design is very stretchy. Depending on hips and preferred style. For example if a Small Size wants it to be tight go with the XSmall/Small. If they want it not as tight around the hips go with the Medium/Large.
XSmall/Small: Elastic Waist goes from 20-35". Long Length at Back: 30". Short length at front: 19". (before cinching)
Medium/Large: Elastic Waist goes from 25-40". Long Length at Back: 30". Short length at front: 19". (before cinching)
XLarge/2XLarge: Elastic Waist goes from 30-45". Long Length at Back: 30". Short length at front: 19". (before cinching)
WSO-311B Tie Dyed Wrap Fringe Top Skirt Scarf
Fairies are multi dimensional, multi tasking and multi in love with designs that can do multiple things…and the Tie Dye Wrap Fringe was a skirt, but now it’s a top and a scarf…
To wear as a skirt: wrap it low around your hips, with one side a little longer than the other, take the shorter end on top of the longer and tie the very ends together on the opposite side of your hips.
To wear as a top: literally tie the wrap behind your neck like a ‘bib’, then take some of the fringe on the side and tie those together behind your back.
To wear as a scarf: center the middle under your chin, then wrap each end around your neck and bring to the front.
Play with other ways to wear this beautiful organic cotton tie dyed wrap.