The comfy skirt is so named because of the four-way stretch that results in a sublimely comfortable wearing experience. This version in nutmeg brown features a hidden pocket in the front, enough for a passport and a credit card. The durable mid-weight fabric is 52% hemp, 45% organic cotton, and 3% lycra for a bit of stretch. At 26" from waist to hem, it is a mid-length skirt that can go from office to dinner. It travels beautifully, and has been known to be used as a maternity skirt thanks to the stretch and ease of wear. The 3 1/2" waistband reinforced with elastic adds to the comfort and sleek, streamlined fit. It is generously sized and the fabric is forgiving, so if you are "between sizes", we suggest you select the smaller one. View size chart. For best results, machine wash in cool water and air dry. Did we mention that this hemp skirt is ridiculously comfortable?
About the brand: texture clothing (lowercase intentional) was founded in 2002 in Bellingham, Washington by Teresa Remple. The tiny company's hallmark is production of small batches of extremely well made, durable clothing with simple, flattering cuts and minimal use of buttons, zippers, and other fasteners. All of the clothing is made in the U.S.A., primarily in the Pacific Northwest, and the materials are natural and sustainable. Hemp skirts are their specialty. Every piece is built to last. More on texture's fabrics.