Kurumi Wrap Skirt Fuku
A piece of old Japan, in a skirt of Autumn shade. The Kurumi Wrap Skirt combines the breeze of linen with the traditional floating panels of the Maekake apron. The apron has been a significant part of Japanese culture for over 1500 years. Worn by both men and women, it has significance for different occasions and purposes. More than just protecting clothing, an apron can also protect the wearer from bad luck. A piece of history, from us to you.
The Kurumi Wrap Skirt, wraps around the body with floating panels at the front and the back. It features a loop-hole on the right and belt loop on the left to allow you to wrap it comfortably around the body. An decorative strap and D-ring offer a subtle styling variation. Images included below for instructions.
- Fuku means 'luck' or 'fortune' in Japanese
- Made in dogstar's studio
- Japanese panel fabric : Cotton blend
- Apron fabric : 100% Linen
Please note: Delivery may delay due to high demand.
Size S/M recommended for sizes 8-10. Size L/XL recommended for sizes 12-16.
*Measurement is CM