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Sea Star Pleated Skirt
Sea Star Pleated Skirt
Sea Star Pleated Skirt
Sea Star Pleated Skirt
Sea Star Pleated Skirt


Sea Star Pleated Skirt

NOTICE: The amazingly vibrant, cool aquatic colors of these vivid Sea Stars will spark joy & amazement when worn!

Below the sea ice, in the Ross Sea, the water stays below freezing.  In the cold, creatures here grow very slowly, but they can live long and become large in stature.  The seafloor is carpeted with starfish and sea spiders the size of dinner plates.  This rarely seen ecosystem is perhaps one of the most pristine left on earth.

Filming under the sea ice is not for the faint-hearted.  The BBC team witnessed an extraordinary and rarely seen world, but to access it they had to drop through a hole, made through 12 ft. of ice, then into the frozen water to swim to the filming location carrying all of their equipment.

The remarkable effort & passion it takes to share with us these wonders of nature from the farthest away corners of the planet is one of the many ways BBC Earth has set the gold standard in nature documentation.

Features pleats and an expandable waistband that looks sleek and feels comfortable. 

High waist skirt made from our custom recycled ripstop fabric that’s light and flowy.  

Deep pockets on both sides.

Very flattering on everybody.

94% rpet/6% spandex

Made in the U.S.A.


Together California Size Chart:   

0/XS    2-4/S    6-8/M    10-12/L    14-16/XL  18 XXL


Extra Small:  24-25 inch waist /  29 inches long from the waist

Small:  26-27 inch waist /  29.5 inches long from the waist

Medium:  28-30 inch waist /  30 inches long from the waist 

Large:  31-33 inch waist /  30.5 inches long from the waist 

Extra Large:  34-37 inch waist  /  31 inches long from the waist 

XX Large:  38-41 inch waist  /  31.5 inches long from the waist


Hand wash inside out, hang dry to save power, and extend the lifecycle of your clothing. Steam to release any creases. 


Still image from Seven Worlds, One Planet. © BBC NHU 2016