Propriety during the Victorian era demanded women were never to be seen in anything other than dresses which were long enough to cover the ankle. Both unconventional and entprising, the cowgirls of the Wild West came up with a transitional skirt/pants outfit which was safer and more practical than skirts. Because sitting astride a saddle was considered by some to be unladylike and unhealthy, this ingenious skirt was made with a removable front panel for a skirt effect when not riding. The skirt can be sewn in either of two lenght. The package also included patterns for a matching vest and instructions for sewing with leather.
All sizes XS-XXXL included (Bust 30 1/2 – 54″ = 76 – 135 cm, Waist 22 – 38″ = 55 – 95 cm).