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Miter.Mit.Edu x Dress Head Corp. Floral Wool Skater Skirt

Miter.Mit.Edu x Dress Head Corp. Floral Wool Skater Skirt With Leather Bow

Combining three major fashion components, wool, organza and leather are what make this Miter.Mit.Edu x http://www.dresshead.com/c/skater-skirts/ skater skirt a unique garment for that fashion conscious woman. The body of the skirt is made of black wool, with a sweet design of flowers made of pink and blue yarn, covered with a fine layer of sheer black organza trimmed with a leather hem. The leather waistband is gathered with an elastic band, so no zipper is necessary. The front of this skirt is adorned with a twisted bow-tie knot, also made of leather. This wool and organza skater skirt is suitable for autumn and winter wear as it can be worn with a sweater or jacket and nice sheer blouse. Sizes range from small to 2XL, five sizes from which to choose. Model is wearing a medium, its length is 37 cm, and waist is 70 cm. We recommend hand washing.

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