Maya Kern

Collab Rii Abrego Clovers Midi Skirt

Regular price $60.00 USD
Sale price $60.00 USD Regular price $60.00

Stretchy circle skirt featuring Rii Abrego's Clover design on a fern green background. These skirts have pockets large enough to fit your phone, DS, Switch, hands, and maybe a small cat.  Petticoat not included.

These skirts come in four sizes:

15"-32" (38cm-81cm) waist
25″ length

30"-45" (76cm-114cm) waist
25″ length

40"-60" (101cm-152cm) waist
25″ length

55"-84" (139cm-213cm) waist
27" length

These skirts are very stretchy and the sizes have a lot of overlap! If you can’t decide between sizes it comes down to preference; a smaller size will fit tighter and may stay up easier if you plan on filling your pockets, and a larger size will fit looser!

These skirts are made of a polyester/spandex blend

Made in Turkey in a Supplier Ethical Data Exchange and OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified factory. SEDEX certifies ethical labor practices and OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certifies responsible textile production, ensuring there are no harmful substances present.

Wearing midi skirt size C
Height: 5' 5" (165cm)
Bust: 52" (132cm)
Waist: 42" (106cm)
Hips: 58" (147cm)

Wearing midi skirt size A
Height: 5' 5" (165cm)
Bust: 41" (104cm)
Waist: 30" (76cm)
Hips: 50" (127cm)




Wash skirts in cold water and tumble dry normally.

Shipping calculated at checkout.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Rachel Burnison
Cute and so comfy!

I love these skirts! I was so excited I tried them on immediately after getting them, and they feel great! The raspberry one seems to have a smidge less give than the other three I bought, but it is still comfy and I adore the color and the print! I wore my clover skirt while out with friends today and I got got quite a few compliments for it. I want to buy so many more skirts and hopefully the button-ups if they restock. But perhaps I should trim down more of my wardrobe first😅

Fashion Staples

Love the color ways and how versatile the skirts are. Comfortable and fun to twirl in lol.

Joshua Benjamin

Collab Rii Abrego Clovers Midi Skirt


I love this skirt so much! I paired it with a pink sweater for work and I got so many complements.

Fantastic and Wheelchair-Friendly

Got my very first order of Maya's skirts, and tried one of them on for the first time today! I am ENTHRALLED by the softness and weight of it, and how bright and cute the design is! And best of all, the length is perfect - even with it pulled all the way down, the sides don't drag or catch on my wheels, nor does it hike up too high in front of me.
I want to emphasize that last bit a little more. I hesitated for years to buy these wonderful skirts because I wasn't sure how they'd work on me, as I am sitting all my day. I tend to avoid skirts that are shorter, for a couple reasons.
One is because it's difficult to pull down the back to a point where it's smooth underneath - usually, it gets stuck, and sitting on a wrinkle or seam all day is extremely uncomfortable, especially since I can't shift my weight or adjust myself. This skirt indeed doesn't quite go all the way down in the back when I sit - it gets about halfway down the back of my thighs. It is not helped by the facts that 1) I have big butt and 2) a tilted pelvis. HOWEVER! It's comfortable. I was sitting on the seam all day and not once did it hurt or bother me. I can't overestimate how much of a relief this was.
The second reason I tend to avoid shorter skirts is because I have had some very bad experiences with short skirts flipping up to show the world my undies from the front when I'm sitting. I live in a windy area, so this is particularly important to me. I had no idea how these skirts looked while sitting, and was worried it wouldn't go past my knees far enough to feel comfortable. But the thing that changed the weight of this worry for me was seeing Maya and her models wearing these skirts while sitting in the product photos. Even if they weren't in wheelchairs, it showed me very clearly how far it could go past my knees - and for me, it goes down even farther because of my stubby muscle-diseased legs and my tilted pelvis, so it just looks like a fantastic, normal skirt on me! It was super windy today and not once did it flip up, even when I wasn't holding it down!
The third reason I hesitate with shorter skirts - and, frankly, skirts in general - is how they fit with my wheelchair. When I wear skirts I have to be careful about whether they'll catch on my wheels, or if the design is even visible draping over my legs. Shorter skirts run the risk of being obscured by the natural folds caused by my sitting position, or from being covered by my shirt, and they can catch on the sides of my armrests or seat. When I put this skirt on? I had absolutely ZERO problems with it's compatibility with my chair, and the design is very visible (and very pretty)! Also, even when the sides of the skirt are not tucked in, they don't touch my wheels at all, meaning the design is visible from the side too.
So this whole thing is just a really long way for me to say two things:
1) If you've got a weird body like mine and you have to sit a lot? Banish any doubt or hesitation about getting these skirts. Get one, try it out, and you'll see just how perfect they are! Go forth and rejoice in the euphoria of cute skirts!
2) A huge THANK YOU to Maya Kern for having sitting poses in your product photos, and for making such high-quality skirts! They're worth every cent and I can't wait to try on the others I got!