Constellations Glow-in-the-Dark Maxi Skirt
Reach for the stars in this elegant, glowing, celestial skirt!
The wondrous night sky has inspired generations of humans to imagine what lies beyond. We made this skirt as an homage the amazing Cartographer of the Universe, Margaret Geller. She has spent her lifetime dedicated to the unthinkable task of mapping the universe to understand the patterns of galaxies we see today!
This black, astronomy-inspired skirt was designed to capture the magnificence of the stars at night. The stylish maxi skirt features functional pockets and glow-in-the-dark constellations all-over-print design. Available in adults' size XS-5X. You’ll feel like a shooting star in this gorgeous skirt!
To activate glow-in-the-dark ink, expose the garment to direct light for 20 minutes.
- Constellations glow-in-the-dark adult's maxi skirt
- Flattering, 2-inch thick elastic waistband
- Skirt material made from 100% organic cotton
- Manufactured using eco-friendly organic dyes.
- Manufactured from soft, high-quality, stretchy fabric
- Skirt features deep functional pockets!
- Machine-washable, because we think your time is too valuable to spend at a dry cleaner!
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Snug, but still outta this world!
Dreamy soft skirt. Will be great to wear when I teach Astronomy later in the school year. I got the matching shirt, and the ISS dress, too. Woohoo! It is a bit snug in the hips, and long on me - but I expected that, as I'm 5'4". Still love it!
Love my maxi-skirt
Love all your products. What's not to love? 100% cotton with pockets!
I haven't worn a maxi skirt in years, but this one has won me over. The fabric, the feel, the POCKETS, everything is just perfectly lovely.
Looks great as a sleeveless dress!
Guess what I discovered? I wear this maxi skirt with a black belt AS A DRESS! Yes! I get lots of compliments, I feel great in it, and it's so comfortable. The top of the skirt has a great waistband, so, when worn as a dress, I have no worry about it slipping. For reference, , I am 5'2" about 175lbs, larger bust, and this is a size L. (For reference, I wore a size 12 when the number sizing was previously used.) From the pics, you can see that, when worn as a dress, it is about two inches above my ankle when standing, and at about mid-calf when sitting. (Repeating that I'm 5'2" so, if you're much taller, I could see wearing leggings under and/or tall boots.) In general social settings, I've worn this as you see in the pic. For work, I wear a short-sleeve little cardigan, one of the ones with a length ending at the waist. This appears more dressy while still having the ease of wear that cotton brings. (I think the belt makes it seem more dressy. I've tried it without a belt and it's not a look I like.) Then there's the wow-factor of wearing it in the evening when it has a bit of a glow. Excellent conversation piece. Makes me smile. The only downside to wearing it as a dress is I lose the functionality of pockets. I'm okay with that.
I really love this skirt, the length, the pockets (!), the sturdy fabric and construction. I'm looking forward to wearing it for years to come, plus any others I can get with these fun patterns. Size medium fit me well, generally a size 10-12. I tried a small in another skirt, as medium wasn't available, and it was definitely too small, so I'll be sticking with medium from here on.