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Kulu kente cut-out skirt (ESSINGAN)
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XAF 9,000

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Kulu kente cut-out skirt (ESSINGAN) Kulu kente cut-out skirt is part of our collection ESSINGAN, inspired by the mythic Cameroonian group Les Têtes Brûlées du Cameroun. Kulu stands for tortoise in Beti/Fang/Bulu language. It is a famous animal in Beti/Fang/Bulu tales. Kulu is known for its intelligence, its smartness. The tale of Kulu the tortoise and Alon the small snail, in Beti/Fang/Bulu culture was one of the inspirations of their mythic song “Essingan”. A scarf is provided after request (extra charges may apply). _____________________________________________________________ Alex is 1m75 and wears the size UK8/US4/EU38. Length is approximately 65cm. _____________________________________________________________ Wholesale price is available. Kindly send us a message at hello@minsangi.com or whatsapp +237 653 772 024. Price is negotiable. _____________________________________________________________ This item is made based on our size table; please provide your measurements. To confirm your order, kindly send in advance at least 30% of the item cost. For the payment methods: orange money (695609225) or PayPal (minsagicameroon@gmail.com). In any case, do not hesitate to get in touch. _____________________________________________________________ Sourced, and handmade in Cameroon. _____________________________________________________________ • Eye and hook, back zip closure • Polyester lining • Cotton, polyester • Size fits • wash cold with mild soap • steam iron is recommended • do not bleach • hang dry in shade • do not tumble dry • avoid spin cycle • gift message available • for questions, kindly email us. _____________________________________________________________ Returns and exchanges are accepted for this item. Exceptions may apply. See return and exchanges. _____________________________________________________________ Shipping: Cameroon : free (check with us); international: from XAF 9000 (DHL)
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