If you thought skirts were only meant for the women, think again!
Kilts, the traditional wear of the Scottish is for Men, Indians have a version of the skirt – the good old desi Lungis, wrap around skirts are worn by the Indonesian men. However, skirts are predominantly a Women’s clothing item.
Indians have a long tradition with skirts too. The South Indian traditional dress worn by the women “Mundu Neriyathum” or a long skirt “ Mundu” worn with a blouse and a long stole ‘Neriyathum’, North and western Indian traditional dress of a ‘Ghaghara’ or ‘lehenga’ and teamed with ‘choli’ or a tight fitting blouse are all different forms of long skirts.
The skirts have evolved over time period and how! You could say that the popularity of skirts can be attributed to its versatility – you could wear a skirt to a strictly formal occasion such as a business sit down dinner, a semi formal occasion such as a party to celebrate your contribution to the company or even to a casual movie and pub night out with your girlfriends. The best part about skirts is that you could look different every single day, wearing the same skirt, if you just alter the top and accessories you wear it with.
-- Complete article: http://www.glamcheck...suits-the-most/
* The article is very informative. As one scrolls the page down, it will find descriptions of basic skirts types.
* Feel free to talk about your favorite skirts, colors and to post other pictures if your favorite skirt isn't listed here.
A cut/shape image for references.
Edited by rhyv, 24 June 2016 - 12:10 AM.