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Skirt Type, Photo, and Description

 
Skirt Photo Description
A-line Skirt  An a-line skirt has a tailored fit at the waist, but flares out slightly at the hem (both knee length and full length). This gives the garment the shape of the letter A. An a-line skirt has a tailored fit at the waist, but flares out slightly at the hem (both knee length and full length). This gives the garment the shape of the letter A.
Bubble Skirt A bubble skirt is usually hemmed above the knees. It is made from a large piece of fabric that is gathered to a fitted waistband at the top and gathered to fitted lining at the bottom. A bubble skirt is usually hemmed above the knees. It is made from a large piece of fabric that is gathered to a fitted waistband at the top and gathered to fitted lining at the bottom. This gives the skirt a bubble shape. 
Broom Skirt  You can make the Bohemian Hippie Chick Long Skirt following this easy long skirt sewing tutorial. A broom skirt is a floor-length skirt that is slightly gathered. Sometimes the fabric has small, wrinkly pleats. Other times, the skirt is made of horizontal panels. It often has a drawstring closure. 
Circle Skirt  A circle skirt is made from a circular pattern. A circle skirt is made from a circular pattern. When worn, it gives the skirt a very flared appearance and is fitted at the waist. (Itís the skirt that flies out when you spin around!) This was a popular style in the 1950s and is still in vogue today. 
Flared Skirt A flared skirt is an umbrella term for any skirt that has a flare to it. This includes gathered skirts, skirts with elastic and drawstring waistbands, A-line skirts, and more. A flared skirt is an umbrella term for any skirt that has a flare to it. This includes gathered skirts, skirts with elastic and drawstring waistbands, A-line skirts, and more.
Gathered Skirt A gathered skirt has a fitted waistband with a lower piece that is wider and gathered to the top. A gathered skirt has a fitted waistband with a lower piece that is wider and gathered to the top. It may or may not have more gathered tiers. 
Gored Skirt   Gores are triangular pieces of fabric that are sewn into slits of a larger fabric piece or between rectangular/trapezoid shaped panels of fabric. This gives the garment added fullness and flare and (if the gores are made in a contrast color) pop.
Maxi Skirt A maxi skirt is a full length skirt usually made from cotton or knit fabric. Most are loose fitting with an elastic waistband. A maxi skirt is a full length skirt usually made from cotton or knit fabric. Most are loose fitting with an elastic waistband.
Mermaid Skirt A mermaid skirt is a full length skirt that takes the shape of a mermaid tail. It is fitted from the waist to just above the knees, and a separate circular piece is sewn below that flares out. A mermaid skirt is a full length skirt that takes the shape of a mermaid tail. It is fitted from the waist to just above the knees, and a separate circular piece is sewn below that flares out. You can make this by using patterns for a pencil and circle skirt!
Miniskirt

A mini skirt is simply a short skirt. They were popularized in 1960s Swinging London. 

A mini skirt is simply a short skirt. They were popularized in 1960s Swinging London. 
Pencil Skirt

A pencil skirt is a fitted skirt that is hemmed just above, at, or just below the knee. 

A pencil skirt is a fitted skirt that is hemmed just above, at, or just below the knee. 
To give it a perfectly fitted look, there may be up to eight darts sewn at the waist area. There is often a slit or a center back kick-pleat so that the wearer can walk. Pencil skirts are a popular choice for professional women.
Pleated Skirt A pleated skirt is any skirt that has prominent pleats. The most popular style of pleated skirt has knife pleats folded in the same direction, but box pleats, inverted pleats, and others are available, too.

A pleated skirt is any skirt that has prominent pleats. The most popular style of pleated skirt has knife pleats folded in the same direction, but box pleats, inverted pleats, and others are available, too.

A pleated skirt is any skirt that has prominent pleats. The most popular style of pleated skirt has knife pleats folded in the same direction, but box pleats, inverted pleats, and others are available, too. Pleated skirts are common garments in school uniforms. 
Straight Skirt  A straight skirt is an umbrella term for any skirt that doesnít flare. This includes pencil skirts A straight skirt is an umbrella term for any skirt that doesnít flare. This includes pencil skirts, slightly gathered skirts, and fitted pleated skirts. 
Tiered Skirt A tiered skirt is any skirt that has horizontal layers of fabric. This can be done in a variety of styles.  A tiered skirt is any skirt that has horizontal layers of fabric. This can be done in a variety of styles. 
Tulip Skirt A tulip skirt is a skirt that takes the shape of an upside-down tulip. It has a fitted waistband, large gathers or pleats, is fullest at the hips, and narrows at the hem A tulip skirt is a skirt that takes the shape of an upside-down tulip. It has a fitted waistband, large gathers or pleats, is fullest at the hips, and narrows at the hem (just above the knee). Often, the front of the skirt has a draped, overlapping panel. 
Wrap Skirt A wrap skirt is a simple skirt that wraps around the body and ties together. It is often an informal skirt worn in the summer to the beach parties and picnics. A wrap skirt is a simple skirt that wraps around the body and ties together. It is often an informal skirt worn in the summer to the beach parties and picnics. Most wrap skirts are made in bold colors and floral fabrics. 
 
 

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