What is the definition for a trumpet skirt?

Answer A trumpet skirt is a full or half-length skirt whose pleats start part way down the length of the skirt. This creates an effect in which the skirt is form fitting on the top, then flares out dramat... Read More »

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How hard would it be to make this skirt can you use a regular skirt as the base?

if you already have a skirt (she does) then just go get netting to make it fuller, then get whatever tulle matches the other dresses, and then you just sew it on the skirt, works great, don't need ... Read More »

What is a broomstick skirt?

Broomstick skirts are flowing, tiered skirts that flare out much like brooms. However, the name comes from their crinkly appearance, as wearers twisted the wet skirts around broom handles, and then... Read More »

What Is a Voile Skirt?

Voile is a sheer, lightweight, plain-weave fabric. It is most commonly made of cotton but can also be made from rayon, silk or wool. It is regularly used in making women's clothing. A skirt made fr... Read More »

What is a gored skirt?

A gored skirt is a variation on an A-line skirt, which is narrow at the waist and widens as it goes toward the bottom, ending in a swingy hemline. The body of the skirt is made up of triangular pan... Read More »