Contrast Tennis Belt Skirt
- bodycon fit
- high waisted
- belt loops
- hidden zipper on the side
- non-translucent fabric
- cotton, nylon & elastane blend
- handmade in Poland
It goes so well with plain t-shirts with meshy bodysuits underneath and a pair of platform boots. And if you're looking for something more grungey, match it with one of our cotton belts and tons of chains, as this bb featured belt loopholes!
It has high waisted tight fit, flowy bottom.
Our Contrast skirt is zipped on the back with hidden zipper and hook and eye.
Handsewn in Poland.
Material: 80% cotton, 17% nylon and 3% lycra.
Basis weight: 300g/m²
This skirt is made from very thick material, which means this skirt isn't see-through!
We stronly advise to wash it separately from other items. The best way to ensure this skirt will last long is to hand wash it. If you really want to use the washing machine, please make sure to use neutral colours such as greys to ensure the white part won't dye.
Our fabric won't dye each other if you ensure that both contrasting parts won't be touching each other while drying.
|DELIVERY TIME||SHIPPING COST|
|Europe||3 - 10 working days||from €10|
|USA, Canada||14 - 20 working days||from €12|
|Australia||3 - 10 working days||from €50|
|Rest of the world||10 - 30 working days||from €12|
Our products are made in Poland and that's where we ship them from. The shipping fee changes depending on the country of destination and amount of products you're ordering. Your order will be shipped via either DPD, Global Express, FedEx or UPS. Read more
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SKYDANCE makes exchanges and returns easy. You can always return your order by sending it back within 14 days since receiving items with returns formula enclosed. Learn more here.
taxes and legal fees
SKYDANCE is a small family run business from Poland. We are a registered business, pay all taxes, and operate according to Polish law. We produce locally, using Polish suppliers and domestic manufacturers. Our prices actually reflect the quality & work we put into creating our items. The largest percentage of our prices covers production costs. Right after them - all kinds of legal fees and taxes. In third place are fixed costs (renting warehouse space, hiring employees, etc.). Then the margin - which allows us to make more one-of-a-kind clothes!