KARIZA STYLE SARI SILK VINTAGE WRAP SKIRT

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I THOUGHT THIS GUIDE MIGHT BE USEFUL TO PEOPLE WANTING TO BUY A KARIZA STYLE SKIRT. THESE ARE THINGS I HAVE LEARNT FROM MY EXPERIENCE. THESE STYLE OF SKIRTS ARE ALSO REFERED TO MAGIC SKIRTS, VINTAGE SILK SARONG, VINTAGE DRESS, INDIAN SILK SKIRT. INDIAN DRESS, SARI VINTAGE SKIRT, 100 WAYS TO WEAR, TRY SEARCHING THESE TERMS ALSO IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR KARIZA STYLE SKIRTS. WHILST KARIZA BRAND SKIRTS WERE THE FIRST ON THE MARKET, THEY ARE MANY OTHERS NOW THAT JUSTA AS GOOD QUALITY AND SIMILAR STYLE TO THE ORGINAL KARIZA.

LENGTH OF SKIRT

THERE IS SO MANY DIFFERENT PRICES AVAILABLE BOTH IN AUSTRALIA AND OVERSEAS. THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING A THESE SKIRTS IS FIRSTLY LENGTH, IF YOU WANT TO WEAR IT AS BOTH A SKIRT AND A DRESS I RECOMMEND 34-37"INCH SKIRTS. THEY ARE VERSATILE TO WEAR BOTH WAYS. IF YOU ARE AFTER A SHORTER SKIRT 20-24"IS IDEAL FOR CONVERTING THESE SKIRTS TO TOPS, HOWEVER A LITTLE TOO SHORT TO WEAR AS DRESSES. THE SHORTER LENGTH SKIRTS ARE GREAT FOR LITTLE GIRLS ALSO.

COLOUR AND PRINT

PICK A SKIRT THAT YOU LIKE THE FABRIC, PRINT AND COLOUR OF BOTH SIDES.  TO GET MAXIMUM USE OF YOUR REVERSIBLE 2 LAYER SKIRT ITS GREAT TO HAVE ONE THAT YOU LIKE BOTH COLOURS.! SKIRTS WITH A BORDER IN GOLD EMBROIDERY OR THE END OF THE SARI FABRIC LOOK FANTASTIC. AS DO SKIRTS WHICH HAVE A CONTRAST IN THE PATTERN.

QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP

THERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT QUALITY FABRICS OUT THERE, I HAVE TRIED BUYING THESE SKIRTS FROM DIFFERENT PLACES AND ALTHOUGH CHEAPER, THE QUALITY IS NOT THE SAME.! MAKE SURE THAT YOUR SKIRT IS WELL PUT TOGETHER OF QUALITY FABRIC, EVEN IF IT COSTS A LITTLE MORE, IT IS WORTH IT AND YOUR SKIRT WILL LAST YOU FOR MANY SEASONS TO COME.  THE DIFFERENT BLENDS I HAVE FOUND ARE SILK AND POLYESTER OR SILK AND RAYON, BOTH WASH VERY WELL AND THERE IS LITTLE DIFFERENCE OTHER THAN TEXTURE OF THE FABRIC. 

BUY IT NOW.!!!

AS EACH SKIRT IS UNIQUE AND A "ONE OFF"IF YOU SEE SOMETHING YOU LIKE WITH A BUY IT NOW PRICE, BUY IT.!! THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER THE SAME!!. EACH SKIRT IS MADE OUT OF VINTAGE SARI FABRIC AND CANNOT BE REPRODUCED, THE FABRICS AND THE DIFFERENT COLOURS ARE ALL ONE OFFS. SOME SKIRTS YOU BID AND HOPE TO GET CHEAPER THAN THE BUY IT NOW PRICE, BUT BE WARNED, SOME SKIRTS I HAVE SEEN SELL FOR $80-$100+.!!!!  SO IF YOU GET THE OPPORTUNITY, BID OR BUY NOW.

GET A DVD....

IF YOU HAVENT A COPY OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL DVD YOU MUST GET ONE.. THERE ARE SO MANY MARVELLOUS AND CREATIVE WAYS TO WEAR THESE SKIRTS, DRESSES, TOPS, WITH A LITTLE IMAGINATION YOU WILL FIND MANY MORE. YOU ARE NOT GETTING THE VALUE OUT OF YOUR SKIRT IF YOU ARENT AWARE OF THE DIFFERENT STYLES IT CAN CREATE. WHILST MANY ARE SMALL VARIATIONS IN DESIGN, YOU WILL FIND A FEW FAVOURITES TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR SKIRT. 

USE FOR ALL SEASONS

WITH SOME CREATIVITY THESE SKIRTS CAN BE USED FOR ALL SEASONS, COMBINE WITH LEGGINGS. DIFFERENT SHOES SANDALS, BOOTS, WEDGES ALL GIVE THE DRESS A DIFFERENT LOOK. YOU CAN ALSO WEAR THE SHORT ONES AS TOPS WITH A SKIRT UNDERNEATH, LOOK GREAT WITH JEANS TOO.

SELLERS FEEDBACK AND POSTAGE FEES

CHECK THE SELLERS FEEDBACK. BE WARY OF NEW EBAYERS WITH LITTLE OR NO EXPERIENCE, IF THERE IS NO FEEDBACK IT IS HARD TO KNOW IF THEY ARE TRUSTWORTHY.CHECK THAT OTHER BUYERS WERE HAPPY WITH THE PRODUCT AND SERVICE AND PLEASE READ THE MOST RECENT FEEDBACK, IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO GET AN IDEA OF WHAT SORT OF SELLER YOU WILL BE DEALING WITH.   SOME EBAYERS CHARGE EXCESSIVE POSTAGE TO GET OUT OF PAYING EBAY FEES, THE MOST A SKIRT SHOULD COST TO POST WITHIN AUSTRALIA IS $5.50 -$6.50 THAT SHOULD INCLUDE POSTAGE AND PACKING. UNLESS IT IS FOR MORE THAN ONE ITEM (OVER 500GMS) OR EXPRESS POST $7.50. IF YOU ARE BUYING MORE THAN ONE SKIRT FROM A SELLER, ASK THEM TO COMBINE THE POSTAGE, IT ALWAYS WORKS OUT CHEAPER AND YOU CAN FIT UP TO 3KG OF CLOTHING INTO A LARGE $10 SATCHEL. 

 PLEASE FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS,

WARMEST REGARDS, MARA

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