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English Lavender Medieval Renaissance Western Chic Skirt
Asymmetrical Handkerchief Hem Skirt in Rayon with Corset Style Waist

So soft and flowy, the fabric really moves with you adding intrigue to choreography. A perfect skirt for Scottish, medieval, renaissance, cowboy; this skirt is suitable for a wide variety of styles. It features uneven hemline styling with charming details such as a lace-up corset style waist yoke and eyelet fabric all over the skirt including at the back. Our western style fashionable lavender skirt is appropriate for a casual, theme party, and evening wear. This skirt has an elastic waistband for that perfect fit. You can create several unique outfits with this same skirt by pairing it with a shawl, a shag sweater or a jacket.

  • Material: 100% Rayon
  • Length: 31"-37"
  • Waist: 28"-36" (Elastic with Drawstring)
  • Recommended hand wash
Features:
  • Best fits a medium to a large
  • Heavy weight skirt with a lot of good quality material to go around
  • Great western skirt for dancing or country western occasions, or as a costume for a renaissance fair

English Lavender Medieval Renaissance Western Chic Skirt

Buy USD 42.99

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