Skirts

A skirt is often the lower part of a dress or a separate item of clothing starting above, below or at the natural waistline. Also the bottom of a jacket or coat can be called a skirt.

  • Accordion-pleated skirt
  • A-line skirt
  • Asymmetric skirt
  • Baby skirt
  • Ballet skirt
  • Bell skirt
  • Bias skirt
  • Bouffant skirt
  • Box-pleated skirt
  • Broomstick skirt
  • Bubble skirt
  • Bustle-back skirt
  • Circle skirt
  • Culottes
  • Dance skirt
  • Dirndl
  • Divided skirt
  • Draped skirt
  • Dropped skirt
  • Empire skirt
  • Evening skirt
  • Fishtail skirt
  • Flying panel skirt
  • Full skirt
  • Gathered skirt
  • Godet skirt
  • Gored skirt
  • Granny skirt
  • Handkerchief skirt
  • Harem skirt
  • Hip Hugger skirt
  • Hobble skirt
  • Hoop skirt
  • Hula skirt
  • Inverted Pleated  skirt
  • Jupe skirt
  • Kick-pleated skirt
  • Kilt
  • Knife-pleated skirt
  • Layered skirt
  • Maxi skirt
  • Midi skirt
  • Miniskirt
  • Morning Glory skirt
  • Overskirt
  • Pannier skirt
  • Peasant skirt
  • Peg-top skirt
  • Pencil skirt
  • Poodle skirt
  • Prairie skirt
  • Puffball skirt
  • Ra-Ra skirt
  • Sarong
  • Sheath skirt
  • Skating skirt
  • Skort
  • Slit skirt
  • Square Dance skirt
  • St. Tropez skirt
  • Straight skirt
  • Suspender skirt
  • Swing skirt
  • Swirl skirt
  • Trouser skirt
  • Trumpet skirt
  • Tulip skirt
  • Tunic skirt
  • Umbrella Pleated skirt
  • Underskirt
  • Wrap Skirt
  • Yoke skirt
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