1950s Deep Red Tribal Musical Instrument Novelty Print Skirt, by Estrava, 26in Waist
Fabulous 1950s A-line cotton skirt with a bold tribal musical instrument novelty print in red, blue and green. The cotton on this skirt is super soft, so nice and comfortable in the hot weather, and the A-line is loose but not too full so no Marilyn moments when the wind blows! A lovely casual skirt that would easily fit into both the vintage and more modern wardrobe easily.
• Deep rich red back ground with green, blue and white accents, with a tribal musical instrument novelty print. The style of the print reminds me of the African wax print fabrics you can find.
• Pockets to both sides, with a pointed shaped fold over
• A-line cut
• Below the knee length
• Firm waistband
• Fastens with a blue button and loop to the waistband, and poppers down the split. Loop looks to have been repaired.
• Made with a mid weight soft cotton
• There has been a rip repaired by the original owner to the right side by the hem. This has been done rather crudely but I have left it as it is as I find it rather charming! Shown in the last photo
• Care/composition: no label
Length: 29.5in with 0.5in hidden hem
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