Ocean Hues Marble Tie Dye Skirt
The earliest recorded use of tie dying technique was in Peru in around 500AD, it didn`t gain popularity in the United States until the late 1960s, when it was associated with the hippie culture. There are many ways to twist and knot a piece of fabric, with each technique producing a different effect. The marble effect is obtained by scrunching the fabric, creating the tightly rippled dying surface that produces the rippled waves pattern. Feel the fashion with this marble tie dye skirt. Great warm weather skirt or paired with leggings in cooler weather. The fabric is nice and soft and medium weight. The waistband is very comfortable and stretches nicely so it is easy to fit various size waists. This skirt has a relaxed fit for carefree movement. It is half lined and has elastic and drawstring for sizing flexibility
- Length: 37"
- Waist: 28"-36"(elastic with waistband)
- Material: 100% Cotton with lining
- Care: Hand wash only in cold water and line dry or maybe dry cleaned(due to the dyed colors)