Hayley Cherkas
Green Tiled Wrap Skirt

£190.00
This will be shipped to you directly from Hayley Cherkas in United Kingdom

This piece is made to order: Please allow up up two weeks before delevery.

This is a sultry, breezy long skirt in a watery, dreamy tiled print. With the fabric cut on a diagonal from the waist at each side seam, the left and right sides cross over at mini-skirt length. The waist buttons at each side and features two sets of ties to fasten further.

Its is made from 100% deadstock linen.

Please wash at 40 degrees and hang to dry. Do not tumble dry.

Sizing:

  • 6 = Bust - 82cm | Waist - 61cm | Hips - 91cm
  • 8 = Bust - 87cm | Waist - 66cm | Hips - 96cm
  • 10 = Bust - 92cm | Waist - 71cm | Hips - 101cm
  • 12 = Bust - 97cm | Waist - 76cm | Hips - 106cm
  • 14 = Bust - 104cm | Waist - 81cm | Hips - 111cm
  • 16 = Bust - 107cm | Waist - 86cm | Hips - 116cm

Delivery

Your items will be shipped to you directly by the individual brands, therefore shipping times can vary and your order may arrive in multiple packages. Estimated shipping times and final shipping costs are calculated at checkout.

Please refer to our Shipping page for more information.

Returns.

If you are not happy with your purchase you will have 14 days from receipt of your item to submit a return request. And a further 14 days to return the item. You will be responsible for the return shipping costs.

Please refer to our Returns page for more information.

The Brand:

Hayley Cherkas

Hayley Cherkas takes inspiration from her background in the tayloring and seamstress industry, as see in the gentle structured element to them whilst being cut to be so comfortable you’ll forget you’re wearing them.

They’re clothes with personality, a strong silhouette and an airy feel. Designed to be wear-with-anything and evergreen. Made to be worn anytime, anywhere, without wearing out.

By using organic, recycled and biodegradable materials, with sourcing and manufacturing being kept as close to home as possible, they are aiming to reduce the impact on the planet as much as possible at all stages of design and production.