Maxi Skirt Humanity To Community Print
$ 249.00 AUD
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Talk about luxurious! This maxi skirt made from our slow machine loomed Bihar silk cotton and handprinted in our new black and white print, will bring the Wow factor to all your special occasions.
With a wide, blanket stitched high waistband and featured back zip, soft A-line for a flattering line, and it still has invisible side pockets for your lippy! Team it up with our matching wrap shirt for a bold look or a simple black cami. A timeless look ticking all ethical standards, what more would one need?
The stitch details on the waist and body are a testimony of the craftsmanship of The Stitching Ladies of The Stitching Project who have made and hand-signed each piece, a unique garment to treasure.
As this is a capsule collection, stock is limited and each piece is uniquely hand embroidered.
+ Australian designed
+ Eco-friendly fabrics
+ Social enterprise
+ Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) Certification
+ Craftmark Certified
The Anjelms Project is designed in White Gum Valley, Western Australia, and ethically made by small communities of women in Bali, Nepal and India.
Our designers have their own size charts and systems of measurements, so please refer to the image provided with each garment. If you need further clarification on any garment's sizing, please contact us and we'll gladly help!
We offer FREE standard postage on all orders over $49. Our packaging is plastic-free and eco-friendly. We use non-toxic, biodegradable tissue paper made with responsibly-sourced Forest Stewardship Council Certified paper. It’s acid-free, lignin-free and sulphur-free, and it's printed with soy-based inks which are free from toxic chemicals and petroleum. We also use recyclable, home-compostable and zero-waste outer packaging to ensure only a positive impact - inside and out! Read more about our tissue paper here or our packaging here.