Look truly exquisite on your next biking excursion wearing this bicycling outfit! It is perfect for your next outing! Black twill jacket is fitted and flares out attractively at the hip. Large puffed sleeves with cuff are typical of the 1890's era. Decorative buttons close the front and high collar. Split skirt is in white and black houndstooth check. Skirt is cut very full through the hip and leg. Skirt has an elastic waist. Machine wash or hand wash cold gently. Tumble dry cool or hang to dry. Liesa is wearing boots, knitted gaiters, and gloves which are all priced separately. Designed and made proudly by Recollections in America!
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Q: Hello, I love this outfit! Could you tell me which pair of boots Liesa is wearing? I'd like to get the same pair to complete the outfit.
A: Item number B3905
Q: This may sound silly but has anyone actually tried to ride a bicycle while wearing this outfit? It's gorgeous on its own but practicality wise I would be buying it to wear while riding and I was wondering whether the shortened skirt is short enough not to get caught in wheels or pedals. Thanks!
A: Yes! And we have not heard of any concerns.
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