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If you are tired of wearing trousers, pants or jeans, why don’t you try skirts? They are always at the top of my list when it comes to fashion. Below are the types of skirts you should know. A lot of designers have skirt fashion trend collections.
A skirt can be a draped garment made from a single bit of fabric. It is the bottom part of a dress or a separate outer fabric material that wraps a person from the waist.
- A-LINE SKIRT
An A-line skirt is a skirt that is contoured at the hips and gently expands towards the hem, giving the feeling of the shape of a capital letter A. The expression is also used to express dresses and coats with a similar shape.
They look admirable on nearly every woman when worn at the perfect length. The tall ladies can wear this style above and below the knee. For ladies in the 40+ range, the length can be on or just above the knee.If you are slim you will look tremendous in A-line skirts because A-line skirtshigh spot your waist and flares out over hips.
- PENCIL SKIRT (FITTED SKIRT/TUBE SKIRT)
Just as the name suggests, it is named for its shape that is long and slim like a pencil.A pencil skirt is a slim-fitting skirt with a straight, narrow cut.
Though pencil skirts are appropriate for all types of body shapes, for an hourglass figure, it can give a seemly proper look with a formal dressing sense. It can easily brag the curves of your lower half, and look astonishing with a fluid, tucked-in top.
- MINI SKIRT
A miniskirt is a skirt with its hemline or brimjust above the knees, mostly at mid-thigh level, usually no longer than 10 cm below the hips.A dress with such a hemline is called a minidress or a miniskirt.
Formally, minis are making a comeback in this decade! Miniskirt’sfashion choice is huge. You can wear your mini at work, in the streets, and at parties.
- GATHERED SKIRT
A skirt whose fabric is worn together around the waist is known as the gathered skirt.
The gathering is a sewing method for abbreviating the length of a strip of fabric so that the longer piece can be attached to a shorter piece.
- FLARED SKIRT
A flared skirt is also known as a Peplums skirt. It is a very ornamented style of skirt.The peplum is an added flare attached to the waist.
A flared skirt is very similar to an A-line skirt, except that it is mostly short and blaze out a lot more than your A-line. As it moves down, it circles out and covers your bottom.
- DRAPED SKIRT
A draped skirt has fullness gathered or draped on one side. It is also called a Sarong draped skirt. Sarong is a square piece of fabric that can be wrapped around the body to make a skirt.
The method of draping includes stitching the garment usinga loosely hanging material to create a flowing effect.It can also create a very magnificent effect when finished relevantly.
- LAYERED SKIRT
Just as the name suggests this type of skirt has multiple layers of tousling,the fabricis arranged one on top of the other to form a skirt.
- TRUMPET SKIRT
The feminine fit and blazing skirt havetransformed from last season´s skater silhouette to the modern trumpet style. The trumpet skirt is a sister to drop-waist dresses!The upper portion is fitted while the lower seam flares off the body.