Quick Facts: ⊙ Made of 100% mercerised cotton; ⊙ Made in Kenya; ⊙ Size: 104 x 174cm (including fringe); ⊙ Woven with double thread giving it a two-tone effect; ⊙ Unisex; ⊙ KEFAT (Kenya Federation for Alternative Trade) certified
Activities: ⊙ For wear around the lodge and pool on safari (please note we do not recommend these kikoys beyond the lodge as they are not safari-friendly colours)✓ ⊙ Travel✓ ⊙ Outdoors✓ ⊙ Everyday✓ ⊙ Beach trips✓ ⊙ Time by the pool✓ ⊙ Home decor✓ ⊙ Gifts✓ ⊙ Winter wear as a scarf✓ ⊙ Picnics✓
⊙ Made from 100% mercerised cotton;
⊙ Tasselled fringe, hand-knotted for effect;
⊙ Ethically produced in Kenya.
⊙ Suitable for men and women.
On the beach and beyond, this fresh, multi-functional, and undeniably beautiful kikoy consists of multiple stripes in a range of colours and retains the original border of the traditional kikoy design.
Made from 100% cotton, these kikoys are dyed, woven, and the tassels hand-tied in Kenya, giving you an authentic, African-produced item you can wear with pride. The cotton is mercerised, which gives it added strength and contributes to the brightness of the colours. The weave gives it the desired opacity for wear as a skirt or dress and means you can wear it as a scarf when it's chilly.
Suitable for men, women, and children, the possibilities are endless when it comes to the uses for your kikoy. Worn as a sarong or wrap, top or dress, the kikoy can be tied and worn in a number of different ways and in any number of locations. Its practicality extends beyond fashion to include home decor and a range of inventive uses - it all depends on your creativity.
⊙ MATERIAL: Made in Kenya from 100% mercerised cotton.
⊙ SIZE: 104 x 174 cm including fringes.
⊙ WASHING INSTRUCTIONS: These kikoys get better and better with washing and wearing.
• Made from 100% cotton, so wash at around 40°C.
• There may be a little colour leakage, especially on the first wash. Please wash separately.
• Do not bleach.
• It is recommended to use a warm iron with steam
⊙ HOW TO WEAR A KIKOY: There are many ways to wear a kikoy - just use your imagination. Here are a few ideas:
• Long or mini skirt, sarong, and toga.
• Scarf or shawl.
• Hair-tie, bandana, or turban.
• Picnic blanket, beach mat, shade, towl.
• Throw, cushion cover, rug, curtain.
• Baby sling.
• Bikini top, beach cover-up, or dress.
• Gift wrap as an alternative to paper and to add to the gift itself.
• Using one of our sarong clasps.
*Please note that MK332-3 is out of stock, but we will be able to offer you alternatives once we have received your order.
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