Light and Airy Crincle Hanky Hem Skirts
I bet you have never seen hanky hem skirts quite like these before! We start with a skirt made of eight differently colored segments and then, on top of that, do our magic with the mudmee tie-dye techniques. This way you get the big, beautiful mudmee patterns over the eight distinct color segments of the skirt - neat, huh? Here is how it looks...
This item can be easily washed with other darker clothing (like any other dyed fabrics, do not wash with white or light-colored clothing) and tumble-drye low. It is very important - as for all dyed fabrics - that you avoid any detergent that might contain even the smallest amount of bleach. Use only mild detergents because the dyes can pale considerably with only one wash with a detergent containing bleach.
Let me show you a little bit of a detail of this skirt...
You see the pink background segment on the left, then going right you have a more brown panel.
Here you can also see that the patterns go across the seam of the panels, just because they are dyed later.
A word about drying - we will send you the skirts nicely crinkled, but if you prefer you can certainly also iron them. We had a few customers who preferred them that way, but most of you like them better crinkled.
A few of you have asked for the length: They are about knee length, which mean - expressed in inches - for the different sizes...
The way to maintain the brightness of the colors the longest would obviously be to dry-clean. But if you wash them yourself, one other way to prolong the vibrancy of the colors is to hang-dry (or lay flat) the items in the shade. The key word here is shade.
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