AZUMADAKI WRINKLE SKIRT
Cotton 86% Linen 14%, Petticoat：Cotton 100%
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
The yarns are woven to look like stripes, and the fabric is shrunk to create an uneven texture.
The fabric is processed by "Azumadaki". It refers to a dyeing technique that revives the Edo period method of dyeing fabric called "kama-ire".
The word "Azuma" means Tokyo. And "daki" refers to the cooking process.
Dyeing by slowly rubbing in a small amount in a small pot creates a soft texture with the natural fullness.
※Wrinkles are added with hand washers.
Wrinkles may weaken if you are using a home washing machine, it is recommended to roll it up and dry it.
Catch-washer style finish voluminous gathered skirt with 2 color thread on the selvedge.
Elastic waistband for comfort and inner skirt.