Well, that’s not really a question, that’s a statement. But, how much time do you have? Haha.

I don’t. I love making each piece completely to each individual woman’s size and liking. There’s just something so special about having something specifically made just for you.

I will be making small amounts of spots for customs available at a time. I will be opening spots on my website that can be secured for a $75 non-refundable deposit, which will go towards the total cost of the skirt.

It will vary, depending on how long it takes me to get through each list. Sometimes, people know exactly what they want, are ready to go, and I can move through them pretty quickly. Other times, it takes longer for People to get me their info and to solidify the details. I never want to rush anyone through the process. So, it all just depends. But I will keep moving forward and will keep opening new spots as soon as I am able to.

There are 2 general types of skirts I make. The “Classic” skirt, with which I use African Wax Print cotton fabric. As a whole, this type of fabric has a thicker weight and slightly waxy finish, which is part of what gives my skirts their shape, fullness, and structure.

I also just added another option called the “Desert Goddess” skirt. This is a much more flowy style of skirt, using a linen/rayon blend fabric that I hand dye.

Occasionally, someone will want a different type of fabric, and that’s totally fine. In that case, I have the customer supply the fabric. Then I charge for my labor and any minor supplies I may need to secure on my end.

YES! In pictures, I usually am wearing a crinoline underneath. My skirts are very full on their own, but, the crinolines are what helps give them that “ball gown” look. I don’t attach anything to the skirt itself because I want you to be able to wear it in daily life. And while it’s REALLY fun to have them THAT poofy, it’s not always practical. But, I love to give you the option as to how full you wear it.

Once you secure your spot, I will send you pictures of all the amazing options.

In regards to the Classic Skirts…because I cycle through fabric fairly quickly, I send the choices once you have secured a spot. What I have now may not be what I have 3 months from now. And it may not be something I’ve previously posted on IG. Because I buy from small vendors, often, once I’m out of fabric, I may never be able to find it again. I find it works better to not get stuck on HAVING to have a certain fabric, but, being openminded to what options may be available at the time.

For the Desert Goddess Skirts, you won’t see the fabric before the skirt is made. Yes, you read that right. Each skirt is hand dyed and will vary piece to piece. You, of course, can request certain colors be used, but you won’t see the final result until the skirt is finished. Takes a bit of faith on your part. But I promise…it’s worth it!

Once you’re on the waiting list, I work through it, in order of of when the order was received.  So, it does vary depending on how quickly the people ahead of you make their decisions and can get me their information. Once I start a skirt, I typically have it made and in the mail within the week. Any time a customer is hoping for her skirt for a special occasion, or, by a certain date, I definately take that into consideration and will do my best to accomodate.

Absolutely! I can make any size! That’s the best part of it all being custom. Every skirt is made to each woman’s measurements.

The “Classic” skirts range from $220-$320.

The hand dyed “Desert Goddess” skirts are $550.

That is something that will vary, depending on what else I have going on at the time. It may be as few as 4-6 or as many as 10-15.

Well, because I’m the only one making everything, it takes time. And, I make everything one at a time. I don’t do any “production.” I take a lot of pride in the quality of my work. And quality takes time. As you may know, I just got through my current wait list, which kept me booked out for over a year. I’m trying to not have that happen again. So, I’ll be opening fewer spots, more often.

I do! I have them in multiple lengths and poofiness. They are $40-65.

Like I mentioned in a previous answer, it’s best not to get too attached to a fabric you’ve seen on IG. Because I work with a small vendor and I buy in small amounts, once a fabric is gone, we may never find it again. But I always will have other beautiful options.

You are more than welcome to search for it and send it to me if you find it. Then, as I mentioned before, I just charge labor.

I sure do. ( Shipping charges will vary.) Assuming, of course, that the country is open to incoming international deliveries. Due to Covid, there are some countries right now that are not accepting incoming shipments from the US. If you have any doubt as to if your country is accepting US shipments, you can find update information on www.usps.com/international/

Again . . . that’s not a question. *Wink* But I’m excited too! And I really appreciate your patience with my process. If you DO think of ANY other questions, please feel free to email me at [email protected] I look forward to hopefully working with you one day!

Well, that’s not really a question, that’s a statement. But, how much time do you have? Haha.

I don’t. I love making each piece completely to each individual woman’s size and liking. There’s just something so special about having something specifically made just for you.

I will be making small amounts of spots for customs available at a time. I will be opening spots on my website that can be secured for a $75 non-refundable deposit, which will go towards the total cost of the skirt.

It will vary, depending on how long it takes me to get through each list. Sometimes, people know exactly what they want, are ready to go, and I can move through them pretty quickly. Other times, it takes longer for People to get me their info and to solidify the details. I never want to rush anyone through the process. So, it all just depends. But I will keep moving forward and will keep opening new spots as soon as I am able to.

There are 2 general types of skirts I make. The “Classic” skirt, with which I use African Wax Print cotton fabric. As a whole, this type of fabric has a thicker weight and slightly waxy finish, which is part of what gives my skirts their shape, fullness, and structure.

I also just added another option called the “Desert Goddess” skirt. This is a much more flowy style of skirt, using a linen/rayon blend fabric that I hand dye.

Occasionally, someone will want a different type of fabric, and that’s totally fine. In that case, I have the customer supply the fabric. Then I charge for my labor and any minor supplies I may need to secure on my end.

YES! In pictures, I usually am wearing a crinoline underneath. My skirts are very full on their own, but, the crinolines are what helps give them that “ball gown” look. I don’t attach anything to the skirt itself because I want you to be able to wear it in daily life. And while it’s REALLY fun to have them THAT poofy, it’s not always practical. But, I love to give you the option as to how full you wear it.

Once you secure your spot, I will send you pictures of all the amazing options.

In regards to the Classic Skirts…because I cycle through fabric fairly quickly, I send the choices once you have secured a spot. What I have now may not be what I have 3 months from now. And it may not be something I’ve previously posted on IG. Because I buy from small vendors, often, once I’m out of fabric, I may never be able to find it again. I find it works better to not get stuck on HAVING to have a certain fabric, but, being openminded to what options may be available at the time.

For the Desert Goddess Skirts, you won’t see the fabric before the skirt is made. Yes, you read that right. Each skirt is hand dyed and will vary piece to piece. You, of course, can request certain colors be used, but you won’t see the final result until the skirt is finished. Takes a bit of faith on your part. But I promise…it’s worth it!

Once you’re on the waiting list, I work through it, in order of of when the order was received.  So, it does vary depending on how quickly the people ahead of you make their decisions and can get me their information. Once I start a skirt, I typically have it made and in the mail within the week. Any time a customer is hoping for her skirt for a special occasion, or, by a certain date, I definately take that into consideration and will do my best to accomodate.

Absolutely! I can make any size! That’s the best part of it all being custom. Every skirt is made to each woman’s measurements.

The generally range from $220-550, depending on the style.

That is something that will vary, depending on what else I have going on at the time. It may be as few as 4-6 or as many as 10-15.

Well, because I’m the only one making everything, it takes time. And, I make everything one at a time. I don’t do any “production.” I take a lot of pride in the quality of my work. And quality takes time. As you may know, I just got through my current wait list, which kept me booked out for over a year. I’m trying to not have that happen again. So, I’ll be opening fewer spots, more often.

I do! I have them in multiple lengths and poofiness. They are $40-65.

Like I mentioned in a previous answer, it’s best not to get too attached to a fabric you’ve seen on IG. Because I work with a small vendor and I buy in small amounts, once a fabric is gone, we may never find it again. But I always will have other beautiful options.

You are more than welcome to search for it and send it to me if you find it. Then, as I mentioned before, I just charge labor.

I sure do. ( Shipping charges will vary.) Assuming, of course, that the country is open to incoming international deliveries. Due to Covid, there are some countries right now that are not accepting incoming shipments from the US. If you have any doubt as to if your country is accepting US shipments, you can find update information on www.usps.com/international/

Again . . . that’s not a question. *Wink* But I’m excited too! And I really appreciate your patience with my process. If you DO think of ANY other questions, please feel free to email me at [email protected] I look forward to hopefully working with you one day!

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