Nepalese Skirt – Confetti Print
One of our most popular designs to date, the Nepalese Skirt is beautiful, flowy and breathable. Often mistaken for a pair of pants because of the way the fabric is cut, sewn and falls. The Nepalese Skirt is a statement piece and is the ultimate in style and comfort over the warm months. Made from hand-loomed khadi cotton to add dimension to the beautiful draping effect in the skirt panels. Complete with elasticated waistband and drawstring for ease of wear on all body shapes – and yes, it has pockets! This is a timeless ethical piece that looks beautiful styled with a statement leather belt and a plain tee on top, or pair with our matching tank tie top for an elevated coordinate look.
Featured in the Confetti print, designed in collaboration with Brisbane based ceramic artist, Bonnie Hislop, this design is based off her confetti ceramics and is achieved by hand block printing 3 layers of colours for the ultimate bright pop of colour. A playful take on the polka dot for Summer, the Confetti print is ready for you to rock throughout all the seasons!
Our garments are designed in Fremantle, Western Australia. Made ethically from 100% hand-loomed Khadi Cotton in Pushkar, India by The Stitching Project. Designs are hand carved onto wooden blocks. Then Pawan, our block printer at The Stitching Project places each block onto the ink board. This process is repeated a hundred times over with amazing precision and experience to create the perfect patterns. All our dyes are Global Organic Textile Standards (G.O.T.S) Certified, and our fabric and processes are Craftmark Certified. Each of our Garments is proudly signed by every craftsperson who has had a hand in making it.