A Babe’s Guide to: Skirts

 
 
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Accordion skirt:

A full-circle skirt with narrow, evenly spaced vertical folds pressed into the fabric

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A line Skirt:

Fitted at the hips and gradually widens towards the hem, giving the impression of the shape of a capital letter A.

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Asymmetrical Skirt:

A hem is higher in the front, or side, than in the back or other side..

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Mermaid Skirt:

Fits closely to the body through the torso and hips, then "fishtails" out in a flare to the floor.

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Mini Skirt:

A very short skirt. Typically hits at mid-thigh or above.

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Pleated Skirt:

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Pencil Skirt:

A very narrow straight skirt. This really hugs your hips & usually tapers down snug to the knees.

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Maxi Skirt:

a long skirt or skirt part, as of a coat or dress, ending below the middle of the calf but above the ankle.

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Skater Skirt:

high-waisted circle skirt with a hemline above the knee, often made of lighter materials & gives the flowing effect that mimics the skirts of figure skaters.

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Midi Skirt:

Skirt length that ends at the middle of the calf.

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