Linen Tucks Skirt / Foliage Green s020c-fgg1
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This material is wafu's original, one and only!
I, CEO Watanuki, could say this again, I'm one of the happiest men in the whole world who can make clothes with this beautiful and rare material.
Please take a look at the surface.
I can't help calling it "art"!!
This fabric only can be woven by few Japanese craftsmen. Those guys are fantastic!! I always lost my words... it always makes me speechless.
It's unbelievable that they can weave such a beautiful fabric with this uneven and thin (60/1 linen yarn!!) yarn.
This skirt makes a lot of beautiful drapes and shade on the surfece thanks to the tucks around the skirt.
Soft and feminine A-line silhouette definitely elevates you.
Hole to replace elastci bands
100% European Linen
Slightly light weight
Color: Foliage Green
It gets softer and more comfortable after multiple washes.
Dyed linen may transfer color and lint when first washed. Please wash it separately to avoid color transfer. After a few washes there will be minimal to no color transfer.
It may have nep (pilling) on the surface.
*The color of the fabric may vary slightly due to production.
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[model size and review]
The size is right on me. The waist is not too tight but not too loose with three elastic band inside of the waist. The hem comes 7cm above my ankles. It's not transparent.
Height168/Japanese L size
It's so comfortable to wear this skirt. The hem comes 11cm above my ankles. The silhouette is still beautiful thanks to a lot of tucks. I was afraid what if it could weight too much because of a lot of cloth but actually it's light.
This skirt is right size on me. It's almost ankle length when I put the waist above my belly button. The waist doesn't bother me thanks to the three elastic bands. I love the soft A-line silhouette!
The skirt is slightly roomy and almost maxi length on me. The waist is also right size. This airy silhouette is fascinating!