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WAYWARD GIRL "Anniversary" screen printed cotton drill Aline skirt

WAYWARD GIRL "Anniversary" screen printed cotton drill Aline skirt

Regular price $85.00 Sale

A simple black cotton drill Aline skirt featuring a white screen printed image of a protea -part of a bouquet Sean gave me for one of our anniversaries.

This skirt was designed and handmade in NSW Australia by Nici; and handprinted by Sean (Anorak Designs) using an image he drew specifically for Nici.

This skirt is made from 100% strong cotton drill fabric.

Now. This cannot be stressed enough – THE SIZES ARE MADE UP.

Please TRIPLE CHECK measurements below before clicking order to avoid having to pay for postage for exchanges – if the other size required is still available! They are made in extremely limited quantities – generally only one in each size in each fabric. We do not have excess fabric to make another should you miss out I’m sorry! And I apologise for the capital letter usage too! 

Please lay your favourite skirt down on a flat surface and grab a measuring tape. Here’s the measurements of our MADE UP SIZES. THESE ARE SLIGHTLY SMALLER THAN MY FASCIST MOTHER SIZES!  I’ve measured them flat like a 2 dimensional item. Please do the same and then these measurements should make sense.


6 Waist side to side:37cm Length:49.5cm Hem side to side:63.5cm

8 Waist side to side:38.5cm Length:49cm Hem side to side:65cm

10 Waist side to side:41cm Length:51.5cm Hem side to side:69cm

12 Waist side to side:43cm Length:53cm Hem side to side:72.5cm

14 Waist side to side:45.5cm Length:54.5cm Hem side to side:76cm

16 Waist side to side:50cm Length:55.5cm Hem side to side:79cm

18 Waist side to side:51.5cm Length:54.5cm Hem side to side:81.5cm

Warning! These skirts can become addictive!

Washing Instructions: To get the most out of your new Wayward Girl skirt please hand wash it, drip dry it in the shade & warm iron inside out. We have customers who are still wearing – and still receiving compliments on - some of the first skirts we made over a decade ago.