KOI 鯉 CARP SKIRT
A classic A-line skirt that gently tapers through a slight direction change at the side seams, small pleats at the front and back center hem points and some gentle darts strategically placed to create a subtle cocoon shape.
Back zip closure, invisible waist finished with self facings make for a very flattering and comfortable skirt style.
The Koi skirt is styled in this photo shoot with:-
CAVALETTIgallery Marley Blouse & HAKNE silk rib leggings
100% Premium cotton from Japan woven with thick and thin threads to result in a silken textured surface. On this beautiful cotton is a favourite and popular print/design of Koi.
In Japan, the koi is a symbol of luck, prosperity, and good fortune, and also of perseverance in the face of adversity.
Ornamental koi are symbolic of Japanese culture and are closely associated with the country's national identity.
Symbolic in Buddhism is to represent courage. Based on that legend, it became a symbol of worldly aspiration and advancement.
Hand wash in cool/warm water. Rinse well, ligt spin. Hang to dry inside. Hot iron on reverse.
This skirt is slightly generous in it's sizing depending on where you like the waist to rest.
Designed and made in Kyneton by Leanne Coates