Zebra, monstera and palm velour skirt
Zebras aren’t normally found in tropical forests, but I’ve got such a wild(life) imagination that I brought them together in this pretty skirt with small double folds.
Despite the sunshine look, the main body of the skirt is made of an upholstery velour fabric that can also be used to cover a chair or sofa.
However, considering it rarely gets terribly warm here in Scotland, it is still a fabric, while heavier than average, that can be worn during the summer months.
The Tropical Leaves fabric is a print featuring monstera (yes, those are getting everywhere these days) and palm leaves in a mixture of yellows, greens, pinks and blues.
It is bordered by a zebra print, also in velour, at the waistband and bottom, which is decorated with rows of pink and khaki pompoms, plus green and red ricrac.
So Tropical Leaves and zebra prints come together delightfully in this upholstery velour fabric skirt with small double folds.