The Grace OMalley Pirate Skirt is very structural in shape and feminine as for a pirate. It is a simple yet a crepe skirt with super-fullness. The Grace OMalley Pirate Skirt contains elastic and drawstring at the waist for comfortable and easy fit wearing. Our skirt shows that women can be just as tough looking as men when outfitting as a pirate of the high seas. The pirate skirt would look great with Pirate outfits as well as Medieval and Renaissance outfits.
Grace OMalley was a woman of fire and adventure, a pirate, mercenary, traitor, chieftain, and noblewoman in her lifetime. She was born in 1530 at Clare Island Castle, County Mayo, Ireland. As a little girl, her family was having trouble with eagles snatching up their sheep, so one day Grace thought she would slaughter the eagles. The eagles scratched her head with their talons and left marks that never disappeared. Once Grace knew how to tie a knot, she begged to sail with the fleet. She proved herself a pirate when she saved her fathers life from English pirates. When she turned sixteen in 1546, she married Donal OFlaherty. During their marriage they had three children, named Owen, Murrough, and Margaret.
- Great Piece For Any Pirate Outfit
- Great For Medieval Re-enactments and Renaissance Fairs
- Authentic Pirate Details
- Comfortable and Adjustable
- Made of 100 percent rayon fabric
Thanks to the elastic waist, these skirts are quite expandable, and so may stretch further than the measurements indicated above. Also, these skirts are hand-made, so measurements can vary slightly from what is shown here.