Skirts come in many different lengths, colors and shapes. In addition to the classic women’s skirts such as denim skirts or pleated skirts, there are also some skirts that are worn by men, for example the kilt.
Classification of the rock category
The skirt is considered to be a very feminine piece of clothing, as it excellently emphasizes the charm of women depending on the cut and length and not only on special occasions, but also in everyday life, for the wearer and the viewer. In men’s fashion, the skirt – apart from tartan and traditional costumes – has not been able to establish itself as trousers since the Middle Ages.
Differentiation by length
One differentiates skirts first according to their length.
- The hem of the Mini usually ends mid-thigh height
- In the midi model, the knees are still covered
- The maxi skirt reaches to the ankles.
Between midi and maxi is the so-called
- “Italian length” arranged, ending halfway up the calf
and their name is likely derived from the Italian film stars of the 50s.
Differentiation by shape
The shapes of the different rock models are very different and each is suitable in its own way to emphasize or hide. One differentiates:
Classically slim pencil skirts are ideal for graceful, narrow hips. Band or skirt skirts continue below the hips, making them the perfect sham package for thicker thighs. Pleated skirts with sewn or ironed pleats are often used as part of school uniforms because they can swing well when you walk, but cannot explode.
Checkered skirts are sewn from a round piece of fabric and create a very feminine fold. The noble sheen of the material has a particularly good effect on silk and satin fabrics; Therefore, you can often find plaid skirts as a festive garment.