If you think that a lined, 100% cotton skirt constructed with pockets for your cell phone, and made domestically in San Francisco is attractively-priced at $48, you're right. Our models, all who in various environmental disciplines in San Francisco agree, too: Anya (5'7" S model), Josie (5'3" L model), Nathalie (5'5" M model) and Fatima (5'1" XS model).
Our stock for all the skirt fabrics are limited, particular for the Daphne and Marie skirts (just a roll left for these two prints), so we recommend that you preorder your skirt size now on a first-come, first-serve basis until September 14, 2015. We'll have your skirts ready by the 1st-2nd week of October. And of course, we want you to be happy with your skirt purchase (satisfaction guaranteed or your money back). We did our best to get the skirt sizes calibrated to fit as many women as possible, so in case it didn't work out for you, return the unworn skirt (with the skirt hangtag still attached to it), and we'll accept it. Feel free to provide us a feedback, since this helps us in our continuous quality and product improvement efforts.
Read about Marinel and her fashion designer's anxieties about apparel fit and how those worries were eased by a little help from her friends (all four friends are photographed above), and get to know more about Anya, Josie, Nathalie and Fatima in the Marinel Sun website blog. www.marinelsun.com/blogs/news
PS: A portion of the skirt sales will be donated to benefit environmental projects and programs in San Francisco.