Skirts are available in many different lengths and colors and shapes. In addition to the classic women’s skirts such as denim skirt or pleated skirt, there are also some skirts that are worn by men, for example, the kilt.
Classification of the skirts category
The skirt is considered a very feminine garment, as he excellently emphasizes the charms of the ladies depending on the cut and length and not only on special occasions, but also in everyday life, the wearer and the viewer. In the men’s fashion, the skirt could not prevail as a leg dress – apart from tartan and traditional costumes – since the Middle Ages.
Distinction by length
One differentiates skirts first after the length.
- The hem of the Mini usually ends at middle thigh height
- in the Midi model, the knees are still covered
- the maxi skirt extends to the ankles.
Between Midi and Maxi is the so-called
- “Italian length” arranged, which ends at half calf height
and their name is probably due to the Italian film stars of the 50s.
Distinction according to form
The shapes of the various rock models are very diverse and each is suitable in its way, rather to emphasize or conceal. One differentiates:
Classic-slim pencil skirts are ideal for graceful, narrow hips, band or skirt skirts continue below the hips and therefore prove to be the perfect sham package for stronger thighs. Pleated skirts with sewn-in or ironed-in pleats are often found as part of school uniforms, as they can resonate well when walking, but can not blow up.
Plaid skirts are sewn from a circular piece of fabric and form a very feminine fold. Especially in silk and satin fabrics, the noble shine of the material is so very good effect; Therefore you will find plaid skirts often as festive garment.