This is a PREORDER for a Yumi skirt. The preorder ends on 15 January 2018, 23:59 (GMT+8) and the skirt will be ready to ship on 30 January 2018, just in time for Lunar New Year on 16 February 2018!
We have been intrigued by the vintage-style and playfully drawn inspiration from it in our design of little outfits. For ladies, the Yumi skirt carries that same fun feel we make in our products. This timeless design is easy to wear with a pair of heels or sneakers, and so comfortable it may even become your everyday favorite for work or leisure.
A high-waisted pleated skirt which ends below the knee, Yumi is lined with GOTS-certified Japanese organic cotton voile, and secured with a side YKK zipper. Organic lining - a little luxurious but don't we all deserve a little pampering!
This is a stunning print by Rifle Paper Co for Cotton+Steel Fabrics.
100% Quilting Cotton printed in Japan.
Skirt is designed and made in Singapore
This is a preorder for a Yumi skirt in your chosen Cotton+Steel fabric as shown in the picture. Each skirt is S$148.00 and will be ready to ship on 28 January 2018, just in time for Lunar New Year on 16 February 2018!
Full payment is required. Pricing is inclusive of complimentary standard local shipping. We advise an upgrade to mail with tracking with an additional charge of S$3.80 and please refer to our delivery page for more information.
** Model is a UK 8/10 - 156 cm. She wears size Small.
Size Chart (fits up to)
|In Inches (cm)||Small||Medium||Large|
|Length of Skirt||26.5||27.5||28.5|
|UK/US Equivalent||UK 10/ US 6||UK 12/ US 8||UK 14/ US 10|
- Liberty Tana Lawn
Liberty's iconic designs on Tana Lawn are distinct in our creations. This fine yarn fabric, is made from from 100% Egyptian Cotton and printed in Europe and Japan. We love it because it is light to the feel and perfect for a project to be worn on a warm summer day. Despite its fine and delicate appearance, Tana Lawn is hard wearing, and its design timeless.
Tana Lawn fabric (Magnified)
History of Tana Lawn
Tana Lawn was introduced by Liberty's fabric buyer William Haynes Dorell after the First World War, naming it after Lake Tana in Sudan, which was an early source for the yarn. Originally printed with Liberty's renown floral designs, it quickly became Liberty's most popular fabric.
"A beautiful cool, crisp cotton Liberty Tana Lawn is internationally regarded as the best fine cotton in the world. Chosen for its similarity to silk, it has a very fine thread count which gives it a luxuriously light feel and although it is very fine, it is extremely durable." - Source: Liberty