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Night Rider Medieval Goth Handkerchief Hem Double Layered Skirt
Medieval Country Girl Hi Low Skirt in Midnight Black

Merlot color skirt with a stonewashed look that gives it a gothic vibe, high low handkerchief hem skirt stitched in two full layers of soft and flowing rayon fabric. A fun and flirty western style skirt, from rodeo`s to barn dancing, it fits in everywhere. Its gorgeous hemline is framed by abstract embroidery, creating an eye-catching masterpiece. The perfect skirt for the on-the-go woman due to its versatile nature, you can wear this skirt with a simple, light blouse in the summer, or leggings, a sweater, and boots in winters.

  • Material: Rayon (100%)
  • Length: 18-27 (inches)
  • Waist: 28"-34" (Elastic with a drawstring, fits S to M)
  • Recommended hand wash, lay flat to dry
Features:
  • One size skirt best fits a small to a medium
  • Perfect for the renfaire, RPG`s or theater to barn dance and rodeo meets
  • You can create several unique outfits with this same skirt by pairing it with a shawl, a shag sweater or a jacket

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Night Rider Medieval Goth Handkerchief Hem Double Layered Skirt

Buy USD 28.99

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