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Etro Paisley Jacquard Maxi Skirt

Condition: Pristine
Retail price: €795.00
Price: € 315

The jet set has come to adore Etro's globetrotter chic – think kaleidoscopic motifs – exemplified by this maxi skirt. Crafted in Italy from a floral silk-blend jacquard, the bias-cut design is covered in a vibrant paisley print that adds dimension. Wear yours with other patterned pieces from the label for a cool clash of colors.

  • Unlined 
  • Back zipper and hook fastening 
  • Lightweight material
  • High-waisted
  • Lenght: 107cm 
  • Waist: 37cm from side seam to side seam
  • The size on label reads 44 (italian sizing). Runs like a EU38-FR40-IT44-US8-UK12. 
  • True to size
  • This item has been authenticated by our in-house trained professionals. Etro does not endorse or participate in the La Doyenne Vintage's authentication process. 
  • Etro is a registered trademark of Etro. La Doyenne Vintage is neither partnered nor affiliated with Etro.
  • Photos are of the actual item in our possession.
€ 315
Made in Italy


Etro is an Italian fashion house that produces textiles, home decor and perfumes. Founded in 1968 by Gerolamo “Gimmo” Etro, it remains to this day a family business.

The first collection of Etro was enriched by the Paisly pattern (this pattern is an ancient a droplet-shaped motif of Persian or Indian origin, and called ‘boteh’), which became so popular, the brand still uses the Paisly as a constant point of inspiration.
Leather goods were added to the collection in 1984 with a bag and travel bag collection in Paisley jacquard fabric. In 1990 the first men’s and women’s prêt-à-porter collections arose, their resourceful style earning the label instant recognition.
The company also supplies her finest fabrics (typically colorfully patterned and often with the paisley pattern) to ready-to-wear designers such as Marc Jacobs and Dries Van Noten and haute couturiers like Christian Lacroix, Ungaro and Valentino. Since 1996, Etro has also shown its own prêt-à-porter collection on the runway in Milan.