Retro Hippie Clothes Bohemian Clothing
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Hippie clothes. Bohemian clothing. Artsy clothing for expressive women! Presenting classic gypsy hippie chick bohemian shabby chic styles for creative women. Handmade boutique styles at affordable prices. 100% Rayon ethnic Indian Jaipuri block print gypsy peasant festival dress. Jaipuri patterns are hand block printed and as a result there can be inconsistencies to the fabric. This is concidered normal for this type of product and adds to the charm of wearing handcrafted clothing. Depending on how the fabric was sewn, patterns can be a little off too. This dress is approximately knee length but check the measurements. This length will also depend on your height so they might not be knee length on you. Could also be worn as a long tunic over leggings. Please measure! Multicolor Jaipuri print and 2 handy side pockets. These garments are individually handcrafted and hand dyed using natural dye. Each garment is distinctive and made specially for you. Garment to garment variation in color is the natural and unique characteristic of this excellent product. Traditional Indian shape and design. Fabric has some stretch and very comfortable. Because of the handmade nature of these garments, sizing varies. The measurements here represent an average measure of this garment. Bust measurements are taken with the garment stretched. Jaipuri patterns can vary from item to item depending on how the fabric was sewn. Check the measurements below. Group 1 2
Hippie Bohemian Indian Print Dress
Bust = 48
Hip = 70
Length = 34
Unless otherwise stated garment measurements are taken this way: BUST armpit to armpit, HIP 8 inches below waist, LENGTH from top of shoulder to hem, SLEEVE from underarm to end of sleeve, INSEAM from crotch to cuff.Elastic waist measurements are taken unstretched to stretched.Items are measured flat with a measuring tape and then doubled when required.
To Insure A Proper Fit!
Measure yourself (Bust waist hip) with a measuring tape and don't pull the tape tight. It should be loose.Make sure you are measuring the fullest part of your hip usually 8 inches below the waist.
Check your body measurements against the garment measurements.
Make sure the garment measurements are at least 2-3 inches BIGGER than your body measurements and you should be fine.