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IndiWeaves Comfort style wearing this long skirt for women, Stylish and attractive, this cambric cotton ethnic skirt makes you look unique at all festivals. These ethnic skirts are easy to wash and maintain. All IndiWeaves Products are handpicked by a team of textiles engineers and fashion enthusiasts and are selected taking into consideration the latest fashions trends and customer likings. This product looks even much better in actual than it already does in the image shown here. We assure that you would simply love this product.Check out our IndiWeaves store on Amazon for coordinating Products. Dohar | Comfoters | Mattress Protector | Blankets | Cushion Covers | Men's Trousers | T-Shirts | Dress Materials | Kurtis | Dupattas | Skirts | Ladies Shirts | Women's Slipper | Man's Sandals and many more
Brand
Indiweaves
Product Code
APPINDIWEAVES-WINDI20212D3CAD285
Color
Black
Size
Free Size
Material
Cotton
Occasion
Casual
Pattern
Solid
Fit
Comfort
Wash Care
Machine Wash
Disclaimer
Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings
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Is that big black bird a crow or a raven? How can you tell? Ravens (seen right here) often travel in pairs, while crows (left) are seen in larger groups. Also, study the tail as the bird flies overhead. A crow's tail is shaped like a fan, while the raven's tail appears wedge-shaped. Another clue is to listen closely to the birds' calls. Crows give a cawing sound, but ravens produce a lower croaking sound. To learn more about crows and ravens, you can visit All About Birds. Or, get information when you take a class from your local Audubon society.

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