At its simplest, a skirt can be a draped garment made out of a single piece of fabric. However, most skirts are fitted to the body at the waist or hips and fuller below, with the fullness introduced by means of darts, gores, pleats, or panels. Modern skirts are usually made of light to mid-weight fabrics, such as denim jersey, worsted, or poplin. Skirts of thin or clingy fabrics are often worn with slips to make the material of the skirt drape better and for modesty.
Most skirts are self-standing garments, but some skirt-looking panels may be part of another garment such as leggings, shorts, and swimsuits.
is a skirt with a slight flare, roughly in the shape of a capital letter A,
Pleated skirts we love for their feminine, ballerina-esque energy and comfortable fit. Pleats are small, repeating folds — think accordion style. They allow for tons of expansion and movement, so a pleated mini skirt is a cute way to get the mini look without a fit that's too tight. Same goes for a pleated midi skirt and a long pleated skirt. Making a statement without sacrificing ease of movement — we're into it. Shop skirts.
The term "mini skirt" was coined in the '60s, when thigh-length skirts started trending for the first time, women start to show skins, now, mini skirt can bring your sports, school girl feel with any color and fabric.
Ankle-length skirt or 'maxi,' a term introduced in the late 1960s. we have range of ankle-length skirt from fitted to oversized for every wear and goes well in every outlook