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Long Hemp Skirt

Soft Grey
Great women's long hemp skirt in a nice light hemp fabric. Very lightly flared, so it seems quite straight when on, no side slits. 2 1/4" wide waistband with bit gather on both sides for detail, waistband is made of the same fabric 

We like the skirt very much. Classic light grey with lighter gray heathered or soft cocoa makes it fit for casual as well as any occasion wear. VERY comfortable!

Length for Med size is approx. 37" (including waistband).

93% hemp, 7% spandex
Made in U.S.A.

This product is made using an eco-friendly, clay dyed process. Garments are placed in a dyeing bath of the regionally U.S.A. sourced clays chemical free or low impact dyes gentle to sensitive skin. Resulting colors have beautiful, low-intensity colors harmonizing with nature.


Note: Below are Manufacturer's garment sizes. We also measured item by hand. You can see the actual dimensions of this item (if you do not see the option in left top of the picture, you might have to allow pop-up in your browser setting). 

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Sizing Chart  S M L XL
Corresponding size (U.S.) 4 - 6 8 - 10 12 - 14 16 - 18
 Waist  in. 27 - 28  29 - 30  31½ - 33  35 - 37
 Hip  in.  37 - 38  39 - 40  41½ - 43  45 - 47

Who Made My clothes

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By shopping here, you help to minimize exploitative labor, environmental damage, the use of hazardous chemicals, waste, and human and animal cruelty. 


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