The Sarisa Skirt - 3/4 Length (Thailand)

The Sarisa Skirt - 3/4 Length (Thailand)

250.00
  • From The Chiang Mai Collection.
  • 100% designed and handmade by Sarisa in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  • Handwoven and hand-embroidered vintage Hmong hemp headscarves; Rayon, cotton and velvet pleated skirts with silk and cotton embroidery with applique work.
  • Length: hits below calf.
  • Size: brass bell buttons can easily be moved to fit sizes 4-10.
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Made from two pieces of repurposed Hmong fabric, the Sarisa skirts are stunners. Each has its unique charms. The waist sits high, at the narrowest point, and the bells can be moved to fit your exact size. The skirt is fitted down the thighs and opens up into a little pleated flair. Pair with a simple top for a really elegant look.

This long skirt is very elegant. The top portion, made from a repurposed Hmong head scarf, is actually a deep blue indigo hemp. The rest of the skirt is also a deep blue and brown. What may not quite show in the photos is the subtle, silk embroidery that covers a substantial portion of the pleated portion of the skirt. Lots of subtle surprises like this in the skirt, including the tiny little purple twinkles in the fabric gracing the bottom.

This one-of-a-kind mid-length skirt is beautiful and fun. The repurposed Hmong headscarf that makes up the top is made of black hemp while the pleated skirt part is a deep blue with a really gorgeous panel with silk embroidery and velvet (and some little sparkly slices) applique work.

So cute and fun. The repurposed Hmong headscarf that makes up the top is made of black hemp with a few little accent sequins. The pleated skirt part has rich shades of brown velvet and hemp with a really gorgeous panel with silk embroidery and velvet applique work.