Petrol blue velvet skirt with tulle, combined with golden embroidery and faux leather stripes. The skirt is made from soft velvet, delicate to touch (and care for), in darker tones. Tulle part at the bottom gives extra romantic touch (in case you are not a fan of tulle, it can be cut off just under the lining inside). The exciting part is... That this skirt can be worn with boning (that pipes what keeps skirt in sharp shape) or without it - boning will be posted in parcel along with skirt, and you only need to slide it into tunnel at the bottom of lining.
This is my new collection, where I'm going back to my roots, highly influenced by Slavic folk and traditions, especially from Central Europe. In past women used to wear ruffled and richly folded skirts to enhance their feminine side, which I find highly attractive and fashionable.
Styling tip: As it can be worn with decent blouse, it can be as well with a decadent corset - your pick!
S - XXL: 66cm //26" (with tulle 76cm //
Care: only professional care, and very delicate, since velvet can be damaged easily because of its hair. Ironing: turn inside out, hang on hanger and iron with steamer (or steam from iron). Do no iron from outside in any case, that will damage velvet.
The actual measurement around the fullest part of the bust, not your bra size. For bust size measure around your chest at the fullest point not wearing a padded bra. Make sure to go under your arms.
Measure around the smallest part of your waist with one finger between your body and the measuring tape.
Do this one in front of the mirror - measure around the widest point of your hips (front view) and be sure to include your bum. Stand with your feet and legs together and try to keep the measuring tape level to the ground while it circles your body.