Chain Print Fitted Skirt
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This high-waisted fitted skirt hugs your curves in all the right ways with the hem falling
mid-thigh with the elastic at the waist sitting just under your belly button for most sizes. This skirt is made from a stretchy performance moisture-wicking performance fabric composed of 82% eco-polyester/ 18% spandex manufactured in Canada. Eco-polyester production uses 70% less water, energy, and heat than traditional production methods.
This is created from the original artwork of Jozie Furchgott Sourdiffe and is manufactured in Montreal, Canada. The manufacturer is committed to safe work practices for their employees who are paid fair wages. They are committed to reducing their environmental impact. By manufacturing and sourcing locally they reduce their carbon footprint. They recycle all paper waste and any excess items or imperfect garments are donated.
Feisty Ink Threads is made by print-on-demand which helps lessen its environmental
impact. Around 85% of all textiles produced by the fashion industry end up in landfills,
making it a major contributor to environmental damage. One of every five garments
goes to a landfill without being worn even once. By choosing print-on-demand, you
choose apparel that's created only as the order is placed, creating less fabric waste than conventional manufacturing.
Machine or hand wash your leggings in cold water. Tumble dry on regular or hang to dry.
Do not bleach. The performance fabrics are naturally quick-dry.
Model Mercedes is wearing a size S in Black & Red
**please keep in mind that each piece is custom printed & handmade, there is typically a 7-10 business day turnaround. Because every piece is custom-made to order, there are no returns or exchanges unless the product arrives damaged. Please carefully read the sizing chart in order to find your correct sizing. Thank you for your patience & supporting independent art**
*All designs are copyright of Jozie Furchgott Sourdiffe*