Huichol Skirt: Umbrella Print
Taking inspiration from different ethnic and tribal groups from around the world, theFFS is excited to offer our first capsule collection in beautiful Ankara prints.
The Huichol people are Native Mexicans from Western Mexico. Deeply spiritual, they are best known for their vibrant beaded and yarn ritual artifacts.
This design takes it's inspiration from traditional Huichol men's pants. A cross wrap skirt that flatteringly fits snug in the hips, maxi length, a hint longer in the back than the front. This fabric gets softer with each wash. Pairs great with a t-shirt or collared button down.
Design Features: 4 panel skirt, French seams, Vents, Left tie is longer than the right
100% Preshrunk Cotton
Care: Cold wash and hang to dry.
Waist band 1 1/2"
Length: 41" (back seam measured from top of waistband to bottom)
Sizes are approximate:
XS - fits size 0 - 2
Small - fits sizes 2 - 4
Medium - fits sizes 4 - 6
Large - fits sizes 6 - 8
Photo of traditional Huichol pants: Karen Elwell