What's Garibaldi in clothes field?

September 24, 2008 3:15am CST
I came across such a sentence: Carrie has ordered of Miss Jibbons a pink Garibaldi and blue-serge skirt, which I always think looks so pretty at the seaside. I'm confused. Are pink Garibaldi and blue-serge both used as attributives to modify the skirt,that's to say only one skirt, or there are a set of two things--a hat of Garibaldi style and a blue-serge skirt? Which take is right? What's your opinion?
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