STEAL THE SPOTLIGHT WITH GORGEOUS SKIRTS FROM CLOTHSVILLA
Fashion has always been a repetition of ideas, but what makes it new is the way you put the look together. All of us have our own style of dressing up, and you must admit that nothing can match the panache and comfort of the look that you have put together for yourself. With most of the latest fashion trends these days being nothing but a revival of the classics, you can easily put together a statement-making look for yourself and pull it off in style.
The first step to creating a mind-blowing look for yourself is to ensure that your wardrobe has the right kind of apparel and not just mainstream clothing which is extremely common. So, it’s time you skip those blue jeans and other pants for a while and consider the ubiquitously feminine and form-flattering wardrobe staple - the skirt! With the progress of e-commerce, you can now buy fabulous skirts and other women’s clothing online in India on Clothsvilla even while on the go.
Skirts not only enhance your femininity but also add a charm to your overall look. There are numerous types of skirts to suit each woman’s unique needs and body type. You can pick from a range of long skirts, short skirts, flared skirts, or pencil skirts. Check out the amazing line-up of skirts that Clothsvilla has and choose from a variety of brands according to your style and budget.
Going to a party? Steal the show with a maroon maxi skirt that has a flared hemline. Pair it up with a nice cold-shoulder top or crop top, gorgeous big earrings and smokey eyes. You’ll have everyone asking about your look!
Off to work? Exude elegance while you look your formal best, with a lovely pencil skirt. You can go for a plain one in a solid colour or a printed skirt. Pair it up with a tucked-in formal shirt, pulled-back hair, and bold red lipstick, and you’re all set to slay! Buy this and other long skirts for women on Clothsvilla now!
Rock the casual look with a beautiful floral silk A-line skirt. Pair it up with a plain, white full-sleeved top or an off-shoulder top, big jhumkas and nude lips. Get ready to grab gazes!
Become the talk of the town with a pleated midi tulip skirt. Pair it up with a light-coloured spaghetti crop top, long earrings, bright makeup, and a matching wristband. For a more formal look, wear a watch or skip it if you want a more relaxed look. Buy this beautiful up and down skirt online only on Clothsvilla!
Add some glamour to a road trip planned with friends with a lovely olive-green A-line skirt. Partially elasticized, the comfort level of this skirt is almost equal to that of shorts. Pair it up with a nice shirt and pulled-back hair.
Clothsvilla is a haven for those enamoured by skirts. If you too are one among them, then do not wait any further. Login to Clothsvilla and indulge in your love for skirts in a satisfying shopping spree.
TYPES OF WOMEN’S SKIRTS
- Pleated Skirts - A pleated skirt is a type of skirt having narrow folds of cloth made by pressing or sewing two parts of the cloth together. It can be crafted using various materials such as cotton, satin, georgette etc. A pleated skirt gives a sturdy finish to your look. A beautiful white pleated skirt styled with a tube top and a pair of black heels will add an edgy look to your attire.
- Midi Skirts - Looking for a skirt which can complete your work very tired? Midi skirts will be the best choice for you. Midi skirt is of medium length extending to the middle of the calf. A wonderful fact about midi skirts is that you can wear them most of the year because of the length. It is a right pick for your summer outfits ensuring a comfortable fit. Style this piece with a puffed sleeved top and a pair of nude heels to complete the attire.
- Leather Skirts - Leather skirts are made up of two types. One is either made up of genuine leather and the second can include faux leather or synthetic leather which has a rubbery feel to it and chemical-like Oduor. A beautiful leather skirt can look very classy and representative for work wear or a meeting. Styling of leather skirt with a full-sleeved black top and leather boots can give you that perfect chic look.
- Denim Skirts - Denims are everyone’s favorite. In the early nineties people used to wear denims in the form of jeans and dungarees. But as time changed new innovations hit the fashion market, companies started to manufacture denim skirts. A denim skirt is a type of skirt which is made up of high-quality denim material. Style and denim skirt with a pair of white tops and some great funky sneakers to get that trendy look.
- Flare Skirts - Flare skirts were trending in the year 1920s. Back then flare skirts were styled with a cute puffed sleeved top and some heels. A flared skirt is remarkably similar to an A-line skirt, except that it is mostly short and flares out a lot more than your A-line. Style this piece with a fitted top took your best.
- A line Skirts - An A-line skirt is a skirt that is fitted at the hips and gradually widens towards the hem, giving the impression of the shape of a capital letter A. Style it up with a spaghetti top and heels to complete the look.
- Wrap Around Skirts - A wrap skirt is a type of skirt that wraps around the waist and is secured by tying. The wrapping usually overlaps. Style it up with a pair of beautiful, printed tops and flats to complete the look.
- Party Wear Skirts - Want to look amazing at a party? These parties wearing sequence skirts are the best choice for you. Sequence skirts add a little hint of spark to your outfit as it is made up of high-quality plastic sequence. The sequence skirts come in various colors, for example multicolor, grey, black, golden, silver and red. Style it up with a backless top and a pair of stilettos to complete your favorite party look.
- Skater Skirts - A skater skirt is a casual skirt with a waistband that sits at one's waist and is flared so that it will form a circle when laid flat. You can wear a skater skirt while playing your favorite sport or riding a skateboard. Style it up with a polo neck T-shirt and a pair of sneakers to complete the skater girl look.
- Slit Skirts - A tight skirt with a narrow opening in it at either the back, side, or front, to aid movement is called as a slit skirt. It can be perfectly worn on a date or a late evening dinner. Style it up with a halter neck sequin top and a pair of nude pumps to get that perfect chic look.
- Bell-shaped skirt - A bell-shaped skirt, flared noticeably from the waist but then, unlike a church bell, cylindrical for much of its length
- Circle skirt - a skirt cut into sections to make one or more circles with a hole in the waist, so the skirt is very full but hangs smoothly from the waist without darts, pleats, or gathers
- Culottes - A form of divided skirt, split skirt or pants skirt constructed like a pair of shorts but hanging like a skirt.
- Divided skirt
- Full skirt - A skirt with fullness gathered into the waistband
- Gored skirt - A skirt that fits through the waistline and flares at the hem. May be made of from four to twenty-four shaped sections. Dates from the 14th century and much used in the 19th century. Extremely popular in the late 1860s, mid-1890s, early 20th century, 1930s, 1940s, and now worn as a classic skirt style.
- Inverted pleated skirt - A skirt made by bringing two folds of fabric to a center line in front and/ or back. May be cut straight at sides or be slightly flared. It has been a basic type of skirt since the 1920s.
- Pleated skirt - A skirt with fullness reduced to fit the waist by means of regular pleats ('plaits') or folds, which can be stitched flat to hip-level or free-hanging
- Short skirt - A skirt with hemline above the knee
- Straight skirt - A Straight skirt or Pencil skirt, a tailored skirt hanging straight from the hips and fitted from the waist to the hips by means of darts or a yoke; may have a vent or kick-pleat set in the hem for ease of walking
- Underskirt - Simple, basic skirt over which an overskirt, or drapery, hangs.
- Wrap or wraparound skirt - A skirt that wraps around the waist with an overlap of material
- Fads and fashions
- Ballerina skirt - A Ballerina skirt is a mid-calf full skirt popular in the 1950s.
- Broomstick skirt - A light-weight ankle-length skirt with many crumpled pleats formed by compressing and twisting the garment while wet, such as around a broomstick. (1980s and on)
- Bubble skirt - A bubble skirt, also called tulip skirt or balloon skirt, is a voluminous skirt whose hem is tucked back under to create a “bubble effect” at the bottom. Popular in the 1950s.
- Cargo skirt - A cargo skirt is a plain utilitarian skirt with belt loops and numerous large pockets, based on the military style of Cargo pants and popularized in the 1990s.
- Crinoline - A crinoline is a very full skirt supported by hoops or multiple petticoats, popular at various times from the mid-19th century onwards.
- Dirndl - A dirndl skirt, (durn ′del) is a skirt in the Bavarian-Austrian dirndl style, made of a straight length of fabric gathered at the waist. The style derives from Tyrolean peasant costume.
- Denim skirt - A denim skirt (or jeans skirt), is a skirt made of denim, often designed like 5-pocket jeans, but found in a large variety of styles.
- Godet skirt - A godet skirt (go-day’) is a skirt with triangular pieces of fabric inserted upward from the hem to create more fullness. Popular in the 1930s.
- Hobble skirt - A Hobble skirt is a long and tight skirt with a hem narrow enough to significantly impede the wearer's stride
- Kilt-skirt - a wrap-around skirt with overlapping aprons in front and pleated around the back. Though traditionally designed as women's wear, it is fashioned to mimic the general appearance of a man's kilt.
- Leather skirt - a skirt made of leather
- Lehenga - A Lehenga (also Ghagra; Garara ), is a long, pleated skirt, often embroidered, worn mostly as the bottom part of the Gagra choli in North India and Pakistan.
- Maxi skirt - An ankle-length daytime skirt, popular with women in the late 1960s as reaction against miniskirts.
- Micromini - an extremely short miniskirt.
- Mandala skirt - A skirt with a mandala motif.
- Midi skirt - A skirt with him halfway between ankle and knee, below the widest part of the calf. Introduced by designers in 1967 as a reaction to noticeably short miniskirts.
- Mini-crini - a mini-length version of the crinoline, designed by Vivienne Westwood in the mid-1980s
- Poodle skirt - A Poodle skirt is a circle or near-circle skirt with an appliqued poodle or other decoration (1950s)
- Puffball skirt - A puffball skirt, also called "puff" or "pouf", is a bouffant skirt caught in at the hem to create a puffed silhouette. Popular in the mid-late 1980s when it was inspired by Westwood's "mini-crini".
- Rah-rah skirt - A Rah-rah skirt is a short, tiered, and often colorful skirt fashionable in the early-mid-1980s.
- Sarong - A Sarong is a square or rectangle of fabric wrapped around the body and tied on one hip to create a skirt that can be worn by both sexes
- Samare - A Samare was a long-skirted jacket, in which a loose jacket with extra frills hung down to the knees in the style of a gown.
- Scooter skirt - A scooter skirt or skort (variant), a skirt that has an attached pair of shorts underneath for modesty. Alternatively, but with similar effect, a pair of shorts incorporating a skirt-like flap across the front of the body.
- Skater skirt - a short, high-waisted circle skirt with a hemline above the knee, often made of lighter materials to give the flowing effect that mimics the skirts of figure skaters.
- Squaw dress - A Squaw dress or fiesta dress is a one- or two-piece outfit based on Native American clothing. Fashionable in the 1940s and 50s.
- Swing skirt - flared skirt, circular or cut in gores, fitted at hips with a wide flare at the hem. Popular in the late 1930s and at interval since. Extremely popular in the mid-1980s.
- T-skirt - A T-skirt is a skirt made from a tee shirt. The T-skirt is modified to result in a pencil skirt, with invisible zippers, full length two-way separating side zippers, as well as artful fabric overlays and yokes.
- Tiered skirt - a skirt made of several horizontal layers, each wider than the one above, and divided by stitching. Layers may look identical in solid-colored garments or may differ when made of printed fabrics.
- Prairie skirt - A Prairie skirt, variant of a tiered skirt, is a flared skirt with one or more flounces or tiers (1970s and on)
- Trouser skirt - Trouser skirt or culotte, a straight skirt with the part above the hips tailored like men's trousers, with belt loops, pockets, and fly front.
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