Girls' skirts are available in different styles, fabrics, colors, and lengths. These versatile clothing pieces are suitable for formal occasions and can also serve as casual wear.
Types of girls' skirts
Cut and fit are the two key factors to consider when comparing different girls' skirt designs. Some popular styles are A-line, maxi, and tutu. An A-line skirt is tight at the waistline and has a slightly flared bottom. A maxi skirt is a longer garment, while a tutu is a short skirt with a pronounced hem flare.
Fashioned to look like a capital A, this style has a fitted waist that flows down to a wide-based hem. A-line girls' skirts are suitable for both formal and casual wear and range from above-the-knee to calf lengths. There are variations of this style including the circle skirt with its round and tighter waistline and the godet skirt that has a more voluminous hem.
Maxi skirts with their elongated and loose-fitting style reach from the waist to the ankles or shins. These girls' skirts have long hems that provide ample coverage and warmth. A maxi skirt has a desirable sweeping look that makes it fashionable casual wear. This choice is especially fitting if your girl is tall.
A tutu skirt has a short and fluffy hem with an exaggerated flare. Girls' skirts in this style usually have layered looks and are made of semi-sheer and brightly colored fabrics with dazzling embellishments like sequins. While traditionally associated with ballet, tutu skirts are also perfect for other dances and costume parties.