A pull-on skirt, the Splits style has an athletic feel. A short, straight cut style with side splits, made from the eco fabric - a regenerated yarn called ECONYL® - the sustainable option.
The fabric is amazing quality. It's a little bit more structured than the silky and the matte regular lycra fabrics, so the shape is slightly different; more geometric with less drape, which works really well with the Splits cut.
The skirts pictured are black and modelled by Serena McCall, photography Kate Frost; porcelain.
The core colours - black, white, sand, steel grey and cornflower are £28. The other colours are £33.
Here are the approximate lengths according to waist sizes but do let me know if you'd like this adapted.
Waist 20 - 23”
FRONT LENGTH 8.5”
BACK LENGTH 10’5”
FRONT LENGTH 10"
BACK LENGTH 12”
Waist 28 - 30”
FRONT LENGTH 11.5 ”
BACK LENGTH 13.5"
FRONT LENGTH 12 ”
BACK LENGTH 14"
It's hard to find dancewear fabric that supports eco-friendly production, so I'm delighted to include this sustainable techo-fabric made with ECONYL® - an 100% regenerated nylon fibre.
ECONYL® fiber is made of pre and post-consumer waste (nylon scraps / fishnets and carpet fluff). Needless to say, the fabric is more expensive, hence the higher sale price. But if you want to do your bit for the environment, this is the skirt for you.
- Composition 78% Nylon (Recycled/Econyl) 22% Lycra