Brielle-ruby is a lovely vintage-inspired trouser skirt in linen mix from Miss Candyfloss. Nice and so nice its fuchsia-pink purple color and the linen gives it such a nice texture.
This trouser skirt in linen mix is perfect for those days when you do not want to wear a dress or a regular skirt. You have the freedom of movement just like a swing skirt but the freedom of pants.
It can hardly be much better than this. Absolutely - it also has - POCKETS. Perfect for your keys, lipstick or why not your mobile phone?
The trouser skirt fits perfectly at the party with a pair of nice heels and is very comfortable or why not with a pair of boots for everyday? This one is really perfect for any adventure.
This trouser skirt is made in Transylvania from 78% Viscose, 22% Linen. We recommend that you only hand wash it at 30 degrees and let it air dry.
Size guide for Brielle-ruby vintage fuchsia trouser skirt
See Miss Candyfloss size guide below to find your right size. Brielle-ruby vintage fuschia trouser skirt is true in size and has almost no stretch so we recommend checking the measurements in the table below carefully so that you get the right size and go for your regular size if you are between two sizes. Length from the waist down is 70 cm. The model in the picture is 169 cm tall.
|XS||88-94 cm||62-67 cm|
|S||98-104 cm||67-72 cm|
|M||100-106 cm||72-78 cm|
|L||104-110 cm||77-83 cm|
|XL||110-118 cm||82-88 cm|
|XXL||118-124 cm||88-94 cm|
Do you have any questions? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you find the right size.
Miss Candyfloss is a Swedish brand makes wonderful vintage-inspired dresses with a modern twist in fine quality. They started in 2009 with the goal of making feminine 40s and 50s inspired clothes with a more modern touch.
The goal is to make good garments of high quality that can last for several generations. We at RetroRocket really think this is in line with our philosophy of quality and sustainability.
In addition, we really like that this trouser skirt is partly made of linen, which is definitely better for the environment.