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Val Mini Skirt - Floral Stamp Black

Val Mini Skirt - Floral Stamp Black

Prix habituel $78.00 USD
Prix habituel Prix promotionnel $78.00 USD
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This little black skirt is a new Mata style for fall, featuring hand block printed florals and subtle French knot embroidery in contrasting olive green. This pull-on skirt has elastic at the back, but a flat front so you can wear a tucked-in top for a streamlined look. We say mini, but don?t let that scare you - a Mata mini hits above the knee, but isn?t super short. We love this skirt paired with a cute sweater and chunky boots for fall.

  • 100% Cotton
  • Hand block printed fabric
  • Hand embroidery
  • Elastic back at waist
  • Length of size M is 18.5" from top of bodice
  • Made fair trade in India by one of our longstanding production partners

This textile has been printed by hand using traditional techniques, and we celebrate the uniqueness, integrity and character of our handmade pieces. Please allow for variations in pattern and color including shifts in alignment, stray ink, and other nuances that may be different than pictured.

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