Gaia Slit Lace Skirt
- bodycon fit
- high waisted
- belt loops
- elastic waistline
- hidden zipper on the side
- non-translucent fabric
- cotton, nylon & elastane
- handmade in Poland
It is trimmed with white lace.
Gaia fits perfectly with the Astrid shirt or Moon Cult top, but in fact - it's quite a basic item that you can easily match with the things you already have in your wardrobe.
A simple cut and contrasting lace will make you look phenomenal even if you wear it with a slightly oversized sweater.
It has a-line shape with high waisted tight fit. There's something unique about it though - and it's the front slit that adds it more chic look.
This skirt also features an elastic waist band which perfectly adjust to your waist.
Closed with hidden zipper & button.
Handsewn in Poland.
Material: 75% viscose, 20% linen, 5% elastane
Basis weight: 260g/m²
This material is pretty lightweighted, yet not see-through. Perfect for hot summer days.
Wash it inside out in 30°C with other black items. We don't recommend tumble drying. Do not iron.
|DELIVERY TIME||SHIPPING COST|
|Europe||3 - 10 working days||from €10|
|USA, Canada, Australia||14 - 20 working days||from €12|
|Rest of the world||10 - 30 working days||from €12|
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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!