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Samburu Tribal Pirate Gypsy Long Skirt
Tribal Patchwork Embroidery Cotton Skirt - Brownish Purple back.
Patchwork skirts are so very unique. Hippie or gypsy skirts (tribal skirts) are either rich in color or prints, and used multiple colors as well to give uniqueness. 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 plain brownish purple color.
This is a limited-flare stone-wash look skirt (A-line)with panels of purple, green, orange, brown, black, etc. The colors of the patches are same across different pieces of the long 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: L(21"-28"), M(20"-25"), S(18"-23")(elastic waist with drawstring)
  • Material:100% Cotton
  • Care: Hand wash separately in cold water.

Samburu Tribal Pirate Gypsy Long Skirt

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