I don't know whether this skirt's pattern has any particular name. It reminds me of a labyrinth and so for me this is "my labyrinth skirt". Besides having an eye-catchy pattern, another special feature of this skirt is that it is pleated. The pleating is also interesting: pleats of the upper part are narrow and then they widen at the bottom.
I paired the skirt here with a beige cotton jersey top. The sleeves of the top, however, are of chiffon and have an interesting design.
The necklace is made of fresh water pearls of different shape and colour but also there are stones of citrine and abalone shells in it.
These photos were the last taken before the earthquake. It has been almost one month since that major quake. Can't believe it. Still, everything is so fresh in everybody's mind as if it happened yesterday. One third of Kathmandu denizens left, all tourists left and now the city looks rather deserted.
Top- Monsoon, skirt - local, linen shoes - from Belarus, fresh water pearl necklace - Women's Expression (Nepal), bag - Adamis
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