A skirt style variable figure variable age variable a cut developed by women from 2 different cultures. Made in unique ethical teamwork, with own wooden stamp, natural colors and hand print.
Custom-made possible the skirts of the kalima hand printing house not only underline your femininity, they are just as unique as you are. With this hand-printed midi skirt you get a perfect companion for everyday life, as well as for special occasions.
The pattern on the skirt is a special eye-catcher. Simply combine it according to your fashion preferences: in traditional costume or dirndl style, punk, country house, bohemian style, medieval outfit, rockabilly, layered look, feminine or romantic, the variations are unlimited. Description the rock is a mixture of indian lengha (traditional indian women's rock) and a classic traditional skirt. It is extremely comfortable and does not apply the cuff is very flat and wide, is made of cotton and is closed laterally with a zipper. Alternatively, it can be replaced with jersey stretch.
This skirt comes in a bag of the same color. The skirt was printed by hand. For more information, see additional information. Material: 100% cotton, vegetable dyed, hand print sizes: s, m, l, xl or (custom-made 2 weeks processing time) length: without waistband 50 cm, fabric waistband with zipper 10 cm jersey waistband according to personal wishes. Clothing sizes are against my principle and serve here only as a guide.
Please send me your measurements so that the garment can be adapted to you. It is best to think in advance whether you want to wear the skirt on your hips or at the waist and whether you prefer a regular waistband with zipper or a stretch waistband.Thank you very much additional information due to the complex manufacturing process, these skirts are only available in small quantities. This is where irregularities become a sign of quality. Block printing is the traditional indian type of printing for fabrics. It resembles an artistic masterpiece in which the wooden stamp, the process itself, the natural colors and the extraordinary dedication of the printer transform each series into wonderful unique pieces. The typical bavarian-indian pattern is created by the use of different stamps. Some were carved especially for kalima. For the colors, natural ingredients such as spinach, saffron, turmeric, indigo flowers, chili, sugar cane and many more are used.
In the extensive production process of a printed fabric web, various methods are used to guarantee the color fastness of the fabric. Each piece can easily be washed in the gentle cycle at 30 in the machine.