In Wales, some people call the paisley pattern "Welsh pears." This miniskirt by Kensie Girl pleasingly utilizes a pattern that inspired designers in the 1800's and a cut that inspired gogo dancers in the 1960's. A timeless and kinetic design, this skirt is no exception to the curvy elegance of paisley and the punchy fun of modness. The velveteen fabric adds to the lush form of each swirling teardrop and curling petal. The rustic palette of red wine, goldenrod, and sandy taupe are accompanied by princess pink and raven black. Three decorative buttons in the color of antique gold prance down the off-center seam and slit, giving an illusion of a wrap skirt. A honey colored liner and hidden side zipper enclosure complete this piece, while a pair of ivory or hot pink tights would satisfy this skirt like a treat to a groovy Welsh corgi. You and this mini skirt - a perfect "pear-ing" of paisley and panache.