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Broomstick Cotton Tall Skirt Spring Charm Broomstick Cotton Tall Skirt Spring Charm

Broomstick Cotton Tall Skirt Spring Charm
Bohemian Broomstick Long Cotton Skirt

This beautiful tiered skirt features a flowing skirt type - the broomstick; the type that will twirl as the wearer spins in a slight circle. It is created by alternating white patchwork and casper gray blue with tamarillo red petals going to a length of 41 inches. Broomstick skirts come in and out of fashion, but seem to never really leave. The simple cotton or blend crinkled appearance and the comfortable, flowing fit make them popular with women of all ages and body types. The cotton and polyester fabric is lightweight and a bit sheer - and it is nicely half-lined.

This skirt is made from recycled clothing and therefore is an unique one-of-a-kind masterpiece with no duplicates anywhere. The skirt is heavy, voluminous not because the material is heavy but because the amount of cloth used is a lot. If you are looking for a truly wide broomstick, your search ends here!

Pairing the broomstick skirt with a cute tank top, camisole or T-shirt keeps the appearance informal. Tanks and camisoles can be layered in colors that match or coordinate well with the broomstick skirt color.

  • Length:41"
  • Waist: 20"- 34" (Elastic with drawstring)
  • Material: Cotton and Polyester (one third lined)

Broomstick Cotton Long Skirt Spring Charm

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