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Petite Boho Hmong Gypsy Embroidery Long Skirt
Tribal Patchwork Embroidery Cotton Skirt - greenish clay back
The handmade stitches give a tribal look and a handmade charm to the patchwork pieces in this sun cast tribal skirt. Try to wear a long skirt this winter like this one, with rich tribal patchwork and beautiful multi-color `thick-thread` embroidery on the front. The back of the skirt is greenish clay color.
Checkout these lovely fashionable women`s tribal long skirt. This is a limited-flare stone-wash look skirt (A-line) with use multicolored patchwork with orange, black, brown dominance. The colors of the patches are same across individual pieces of this skirt, but could be in different order; it has a slightly uneven hemline. There is a drawstring on the waist, with an elastic.
Since these skirts are handcrafted, there could be imperfections in the cut, embroidery, etc. - but remember handwork is how this look could come to begin with.
  • Length: 34"-36" (slightly uneven hemline)
  • Waist: PXL (22" - 28"), PL (21" - 27"), PM (20 - 25") (elastic waist with drawstring)
  • Material: 100% Cotton
  • Care: Hand wash separately in cold water.

Hmong Bohemian Gypsy Embroidery Long Skirt

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