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Neon Zebra Print Mini Ra-Ra Skirt for a very 80s look!

Neon Pink Zebra Print Mini Ra-Ra Skirt
Both zebra print and ra-ra skirts were big in the 1980s, so combining both will give you a very effective 80s look. Many different styles of animal print were popular, particularly with glam metal bands.

This skirt is available in four colours; orange, yellow, pink and standard black and white. There are actually many suppliers selling these on Amazon, and you can check all of them using the link below...

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Whether you want to add an 80s vibe to your look, or you want to create a unique fancy dress costume, this skirt fits the bill perfectly.

Colours often clashed in the 80s, so don't be afraid to mix pink with yellow and orange. For instance, you could these add neon yellow earrings

Neon Orange Zebra Print Ra Ra Skirt for Women

Black and white zebra stripe mini rah-rah skirt


You may also like these alternative skirts...

Zebra Stripe Tutu Skirt for Women
Zebra Stripe Tutu Skirt for 80s Fancy Dress

Leopard Print Ra-Ra Skirt
Leopard Print 80s 2 Tier Ra-Ra Skirt
You can see a full range of 80s skirts at our website simplyeighties.com.

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