This model is characterised by the fact that it has a yoke fitted at the waist and hips, from which a skirt with a ruffle falls. In the picture, we have chosen black for the yoke and skirt (A), and black with white spots for the ruffle (B). This combination works well in any colour, as long as A is a plain colour and the background colour for the part which has spots is the same colour as you have used for the rest of the skirt. You can also choose to have the entire skirt in the same plain colour.
Advice: Don’t pick two plain colours unless you want the ruffle to look like a patch. Suggestion: Blue (A) + Blue with white spots (B).
The skirt will be manufactured using the best quality knitwear (100% polyester). It is run-resistant, light and hangs well. It has an elastic waistband, without a zip or snaps, which is why it adjusts perfectly to the waistline of any bailaora (female flamenco dancer) and is easy to mend if it needs to be tightened a little.
The flounces can be made from both weave and koshibo. This new material is much lighter and reduces the weight of the skirt
It is easy to clean and to take care of. The only advice that we can give you, is not to crease it too much when putting it away. It would be best to hang it using a hanger to prevent it from losing its shape.
Due to the fact that they are made individually, it takes between 25 and 40 days for them to be manufactured after an order is received.
Follow our practical advice to choose your skirt The practice skirt must fulfil the following requirements: it must be comfortable, glide well, and look nice on you.
This manufacturer is closed for the holidays. That is why all orders that are received after the 20 July they will be a delay on the usual delivery period displayed on this page.