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The flowing, fun, asymmetrical, adjustable, one-size-fits-many wrap skirt is here!
The simple full circle design means people of all shapes and sizes can wear these skirts, and the skirts are laser cut so the edges are finished perfectly without added weight. (The fabric wraps around more on smaller waist sizes — see details below.)
This skirt can be worn in more ways than one! Wear it as a beach cover up, try it as a shawl, or turn it so it's asymmetrical — going from left to right instead of front to back.
Choose from medium weight soft peachskin jersey 92% polyester/8% spandex, or in 100% lightweight polyester matte crepe.
Waist tie is made from our bamboo jersey fabric for a perfectly comfy finish.
Never-fade vibrant full colour sublimation print lasts even with repeated wear and washing.
The skirt comes in two fabrics, matte crepe and peachskin jersey. The matte crepe is lightweight, has a lovely drape and feels similar to silk crepe (the weave is the same). You will see about 55% of the print through on the back side of the fabric. A matte crepe skirt can go from day to night easily.
The peachskin jersey is more opaque. You will see about 10% of the printed design from the back side of the fabric. It's super soft, which means it's perfect for lounge wear. It can be worn no matter the season, whether it's warm or chilly. The fabric is breathable and quick dry.
When wearing a wrap skirt, you have two layers of fabric in the front, and one in the back so if the design is mostly light colors, go for nude underwear.
This skirt's measurements
Fits waist sizes from 22" to 42"
Skirt material width: 52" (not including wrap tie ends)
Skirt length: 23" in the back gradually shortens to 17" in the front (please see diagram below)
The original version of the design shown here comes from Turkey, where, long ago, it once served as a round metal tray cover. It was made of linen and silk with gilt metal thread in the embroidery.
We slightly recolored the design, digitally restored it into the proper circular shape, then overlaid a dozen of those images to make this graphic. Then we named it Ankara, for the capital of Turkey, because it's a pretty name for a pretty fabric.
The actual embroidery was a gift of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wade to the Cleveland Museum of Art in 1916.