Skirt types

Kilt – a plaid wrap around skirt with pleats one side, generally a heavy material held together with a large pin at the hip of the pleated side.

Midi – this skirt’s hemline falls at the wided part of the calf just below the knee and is not too tight

Miniskirt – a miniskirt is a skirts that is several inches above the knee.

Peasant skirt – this skirt is ankle length, full flowing and meant to cover the legs.

Pencil skirt – this type of skirt is tight fighting with a straight line which hugs the hips and thighs and rest just at the knee.  There is usually one open pleat in the back to make walking easier.

Pleated Skirt – pleated skirts are varying lengths and have folds in the fabric all the way around the skirt in a vertical manner.

Poodle skirt – this is a long A-line cut with flow at the bottom of the skirt.  Poodle skirts sit below the knee and above the ankle.

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