Vintage 80s Multicolor Patterned Skirt high discount

vintage 80s multicolor floral and paisley midi skirt / buttons at the side with an elastic back / Worthington essentials size 8 / find the matching top in my shop to complete the set /

Waist 28”
Hip 42” (free flowing)
Length 30”

CategoryWomen, Skirts, Midi

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