Uzbek Ikat Rose and Tan Skirt (all)

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The fabric of this skirt is a blend of silk and cotton, has a cotton-like drape, and was hand dyed and hand woven in Uzbekistan using the traditional ikat method. The colours of this skirt are a delightful combination of pale and dark tan, rosy pink and very pale blue. This is an ikat pattern that is very gentle to the eye, with softly contrasting colours. The fabric is a summery light-weight.
 
This skirt is a mini-skirt style, and has a wide waist-band of tan-coloured Indian silk dupioni fabric. The lining is a softened fine linen fabric. Our Uzbek Ikat Mocha Strawberry Skirt and Uzbek Ikat Peppermint Skirt are of the same design.

For a Perfect Fit: Checkout our Handy Sizing Guide

Fit: Fitted
Fabric strength: moderate
Lining: softened thin linen
Occasion: casual, smart-casual
Season: summer
Layerable: yes
Care: Cold water only, hand wash, gentle machine wash on own



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Monsoon Rags' Handy Sizing Guide

We understand what it’s like to buy clothing online without trying on first…. and we want to help you find the right fit. Check out our handy sizing guide and advice on how to get the best fit for your Monsoon Rags Skirt or Dress.

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Monsoon Rag's Handy Sizing Guide

If you have any questions about sizing, please email us at info@monsoonrags.com.au Also we are more than happy to pull out a tape measure for questions about a garment of interest. 

Please refer to the info section on each of our garments, as there were some fabric width limitations meaning that some designs are the same length for all sizes – so will look shorter when worn by people bigger than size 8. Particularly the Guatemalan dresses and the Cambodian Hoi Silk Tango Skirts. 
 
There is no one cardboard cut-out ‘normal’ woman shape, we are not all clones of one another! Have you discovered that one brand may be a perfect fit for your size, while another just never sits right? I certainly have!
 
For Monsoon Rags sizing, we have chosen what I have guessed will be a fairly typical bust, waist and hip ratio of our predicted type of customer. I’m imagining a fairly active, adventurous woman who has a fit and healthy figure, who is not super-skinny, but not super curvy either.
 
If you are curvier than our choice of female shape (don’t despair!), a fix would be to order a size that won’t be tight anywhere (bust or bottom), and have a dressmaker alter the garment for a perfect fit. Check our sizing measurements, measure yourself, and choose the size that won’t be too tight anywhere. You may need to order a size that is one up from your favourite curvier shaped brands, but it’s so much easy for a dressmaker to take in a loose garment, than to let seams out and have them fray and pull out later on. Please note, none of our garments are made from stretch fabrics.
 
If you are skinnier than our choice of female shape, it’s an easy fix. Just order your size – height and hips are probably the biggest considerations, and have a dressmaker take in the roomier areas of the garment. This is my problem, I have to alter most off-the shelf garment purchases for a better chest and back fit. 
 
Warning: if the size you ordered is too tight, it’s not a great idea to let the seams out. The seams are exactly the right width to ensure that the fabric will not fray and pull out from seams – especially the silk fabrics. So letting out seams is most likely going to reduce the life of your garment and end in tears. Please don’t! Contact us for a size swap and we’ll sort you out.
 
Also, if you are a size 6 or 16 + and are interested in our designs, we would love to hear from you. If we receive a number of requests for sizes outside of those we stock (8, 10, 12, 14), we will certainly look to add those to future collections.