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Contessa Rodeo Festival Front Tie-Up Short Skirt
Medieval Skirt with Uneven Hem in Murky Green

A mini skirt in a medieval style with three tiers and a beautiful front tie-up with an inserted ribbon in it for an exclusive look. This skirt is a one-of-a-kind Renaissance masterpiece with gorgeous eyelet georgette fabric, floral embroidery, and wavy hemline. With this skirt, you can create a unique set of high bred Hippie-Renaissance styles that you can wear to the rodeo, the beach, or the next Renaissance fair. Looks great with boots and can be worn in summers as well as in winters. The hem of this skirt is uneven and gives a rodeo-girly look. You can pair it with a solid tank top and a hat. Wear a nice jewelry piece to look even more stylish. It comes with an elastic at the waist and drawstrings for extra comfort while wearing it.

  • Material: 100% Rayon
  • Length: 17"-20"
  • Waist: 26"-34" (Elastic with a drawstring)
  • Machine wash cold, separately, tumble dry low
Features:
  • Paneled skirt with beautiful georgette fabric inlay
  • Classy old style in a modern look
  • Front tie-up lace ribbon

Contessa Rodeo Festival Front Tie-Up Short Skirt

Buy USD 24.99

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