INDIAN SKIRTS | WRAP-AROUND SKIRTS

Drawstring Waist Upto 42 inchLength 39 inch
$80
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Block-Printed Sanganeri Wrap-Around Skirt from Pilkhuwa
  • Oxblood Red
  • Prune Purple
  • Barberry
  • Midnight Navy
  • Rococco Red
  • Hibiscus Red
  • Red Clay
  • Rum Raisin
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39 in. Length
$25
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Waist up to 38 in with Side ZipperLength 38 in
$25
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Long Printed Boho Skirt from Gujarat with Patch Work and Dori on Waist
  • Daisy
  • Pearl White
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Elastic Waist up to 44 inLength 42 in
$20
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Wrap-around Long Skirt with Block-Print in Pastel Colors
  • Aster Purple
  • Caviar Black
  • Classic Green
  • Mediterranian Blue
  • Methyl Blue
  • Orange Peel
  • Princess Blue
  • Rosewood
  • Sunflower
  • Tomato Red
  • Violet Storm
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39 inch LengthWaist upto 35 inch
$25
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Wrap-around Long Skirt with Printed Wedding Scenes
  • Decadent Chocolate
  • Estate Blue
  • Mauve Wine
  • Tomato Puree
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Length 39 inches
$25
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Plain Casual Elastic Long Skirt with Crochet Border
  • Honeysuckle Pink
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Length 38 inchElastic Waist Upto 42 inch
$20
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Wrap-Around Skirt with All-Over Polka Printed Dots
  • White And Rose
  • African Violet
  • Green Glow
  • River Blue
  • Spiced Coral
  • Orange Peel
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36 in. Length x 46 in. Waist
$20
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Sanganeri Wrap-Around Long Skirt with Printed Peacocks and Elephants
  • Catawba Grape
  • Burgundy
  • Windsor Wine
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Length 40 inchWaist Upto 36 inch
$20
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$25  (20% off)
28 in. Length x 40 in. Waist
$30
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Plain Elastic-Waist Midi Skirt with Lace
  • Egret White
  • Jaffa Orange
  • Magenta
  • Ming Green
  • Storm Blue
  • Tomato Red
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Length 30 inchElastic Waist Upto 40 inch
$20
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Off-White Warli Folk Printed Long Skirt with Dancing Couples
  • Tomato Red
  • Lemon
  • Magenta
  • Vibrant Green
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Length 40 inchElastic Waist Upto 44 inch
$18
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Block-Printed Sanganeri Wrap-Around Skirt from Pilkhuwa
  • Cyan Blue
  • Raspberry Rose
  • Tomato Red
  • Zinnia Yellow
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40 in. Length
$25
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Length 41 inchWaist Upto 42 inch
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Wrap-Around Sanganeri Skirt with Printed Elephants and Deers
  • Mood Indigo
  • Navy Blue
  • Pine Green
  • Rifle Green
  • Wine Purple
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Length 32 inchesWaist upto 40 inches
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Wrap-Around Long Skirt from Pilkhuwa with Printed Paisleys and Elephants
  • Cherry Tomato
  • Fiesta
  • Medieval Blue
  • Scarlet Red
  • Tibetan Red
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Length 39 inchWaist Upto 36 inch
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Wrap-Around Long Skirt from Pilkhuwa with Printed Elephants
  • Cayenne Red
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Length 39 inchWaist Upto 38 inch
$18
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Wrap-Around Printed Long Skirt from Pilkhuwa
  • Biking Red
  • Cherry Tomato
  • Patriot Blue
  • Rococco Red
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Length 40 inchWaist Upto 36 inch
$25
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Length 40 inchElastic Waist Upto 48 inch
$25
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Long Skirt with Printed Large Bootis and Gota Border
  • Batton Blue
  • Classic Blue
  • Jet Black
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Length 39 inchElastic Waist Upto 46 inch
$25
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Elastic Long Skirt with Printed Stripes
  • Dry Rose
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Length 37 inchElastic Waist Upto 44 inch
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Cream Floral Printed Wrap-Around Long Skirt from Pilkhuwa
  • Brittany Blue
  • Elm Green
  • Princess Blue
  • Scarlet Red
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Length 39 inchWaist Upto 38 inch
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Waist up to 36 inches31 inches Length
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Indian Skirts - All Over The Place

The Indian woman's fashion tradition has been the object of admiration of women the world over. Characterised by unputdownable grace and often complex meaning, the sheer variety of styles in terms of stitches and weaves and embroideries is like nothing found in other cultures. For example, while particular colours are meant to be worn at certain stages of one's womanhood (red at the bridal, yellow to indicate motherhood), certain drapes of the saree or the odhni could reveal a lot about the wearer's standing in society. The fabrics used to fashion Indian sarees, skirts, lehengas, and suits are a class apart - pristine cottons, homegrown silks, and wools derived from the skin of rare endemic animals. Indian skirts is one such category that has all the aesthetic appeal and earthy glamour of Indian textiles. The pieces in this section have been curated with great care for not only design and make but also the ethnic statement made.


The base fabrics range from the usual synthetics to sumptuous silks and satins. Each of these skirts feature a style of Indian embroidery or prints. For example, some of these are zariworked using gold/silver wire and set off with handwoven booties, while some are block-printed using local techniques that are endemic to a few rural pockets and could not be found anywhere else in the world. A vast variety of motifs and embellishments (mirrors, appliques) add to the ethnic appeal of these skirts. In fact, the kind of foliage depicted on the field could tell you a lot about where it has been fashioned, and the fauna and their adornments have the power to set the mood of your entire ensemble. Because these skirts are ethnic they conform to the traditional floor-length cut, even though there are a number of options for you to chooose from should short and sweet be more your style. While some of these come in a few colour variations, a lot of these skirts are fashioned after a unique style.


FAQs


Q1. How many types of skirt are there?

 

When it comes to skirts, there is an extremely wide variety of sartorial options from which one may choose. It is not at all unheard of for the cut of a particular style of skirt to be the inspiration for the name of the article of clothing as a whole. This is especially common with pencil skirts. The many different types of skirts are referred to by a plethora of different names, some of which are featured in the following list: a-line skirt, circular skirt, flared skirt, wrap skirt, umbrella skirt, dirndl skirt, gored skirt, pleated skirt, gathered skirt, and others.

 

Q2. What was the original purpose of skirts?

 

Since prehistoric times, people have been covering their lower parts with skirts because skirts are the most convenient garment to wear. This is because skirts have always been the most comfortable garment to wear. Figurines created by the Vina culture, which dates back to around 5700–4500 BC and was located in the region of present-day Serbia and adjacent Balkan states during the beginning of the copper age, depict women wearing clothing that resembles skirts. This culture existed in the region of present-day Serbia and adjacent Balkan states. Vina was an ancient civilisation that flourished in the area that is now Serbia as well as the neighboring Balkan republics.

 

Q3. What are the benefits of wearing skirts?

 

Not only is it easy, but also it is really comfortable to go about in a skirt. There is an incredible amount of variation available in terms of the lengths, colors, and designs of skirts. You have more mobility and flexibility of movement while you're wearing skirts. Dresses are more difficult to style than skirts since they cannot be combined with a variety of tops as skirts can, making dresses more difficult to wear. Dresses that are constructed out of a single piece of cloth do not provide the same level of comfort as skirts.

 

Q4. How do you know if a skirt fits?

 

Both the waistline of your dress pants and the waistband of your skirt should have the same fit, which means that they should be snug without being overly tight. This applies to both the waistline of your dress trousers and the waistband of your skirt. This guideline should be followed for the waistband of your skirt as well as the waistline of your dress pants. Make sure fasteners are not being pulled. At the hips of your skirt, you should be able to squish an inch of fabric; doing so will guarantee that you have sufficient room for movement and sitting, in addition to flexibility in the fabric.

 

Q5. What material is used for skirts?

 

Cotton, which is simultaneously the material that is most often used and sought after across the whole world, is the material that is utilized to make the vast majority of skirts. After cotton, the most prevalent type of cloth, linen is the second most frequent type of fabric. Cotton is the material that people choose because it is less expensive than any other material, it is simple to manufacture skirts out of cotton fabric, and it is even simpler to handle and take care of cotton. People choose cotton because it is simple to make skirts out of cotton fabric. Additionally, it is not difficult to make skirts out of cotton fabric because of the fabric's versatility.

 

Q6. What are skirts made of?

 

Denim, jersey, worsted, and poplin are some examples of modern fabrics that are regularly used in the manufacturing of lightweight to medium-weight skirts. Denim is another modern fabric that is frequently used in the production of lightweight to medium-weight skirts. Slips are typically worn underneath skirts made of thin or clinging materials so that the material of the skirt may drape more gracefully and so that the wearer can keep their modesty. Slips serve two purposes: first, they prevent the material of the skirt from exposing too much skin. Women in today's society virtually usually cover their legs while they are out and about by wearing skirts.

 

Q7. What gender were skirts made for?

 

Photographs show that women have worn many different kinds of skirts since the beginning of time. Women have worn these styles since the beginning of time. Some of these skirts are being worn right now by a few different people. Men and women in every ancient Near Eastern or Egyptian culture wore clothes that were similar to this as their main form of clothing. Both men and women felt this way. This was true no matter what gender the person was. It was the same for both men and women in the population. Both boys and girls in the two different civilizations had to live like this. Both of them had to deal with this situation.

 

Q8. Why do skirts get shorter?

 

Dressmakers and manufacturers started making skirts that were shorter and forms that were thinner in order to cut down on the overall amount of fabric that was being used. This was done in an effort to conserve more of the material. This was done so that we could cut costs and save some money. Women were strongly encouraged to expose their lower legs rather than continue wearing stockings when the practice of stocking was instantly made illegal. During World War II, there was a severe shortage of nylon that could be used for purposes other than military production, and this was a direct result of that shortage.

 

Q9. What does a skirt symbolize?

 

When seen through the prism of history, the skirt is frequently considered to be the most archetypal expression of a woman's clothing choice. This is because the clothing was first made with the assumption that it would be worn by a particular gender. As a result, it does not fit some people well. The allusion to trouser-wearing that is considered "universal" refers to the other gender, which alludes to a gender that is appealing but not especially exceptional. Specifically, it alludes to a gender that is attractive but does not really stand out. This is due to the fact that trousers are typically associated with the opposite gender. This is because the custom of putting one's legs within one's upper body is considered "universal."

 

Q10. What is the best thing about skirts?

 

During the hot months, it is particularly unrefreshing and uninteresting to do so. The skirt, in addition to being lovely to look at, possesses the capacity to considerably boost one's mood. A person who is overweight and wears skirts may be able to successfully cover up their defects and give the impression that they are less bloated. People who are overweight in certain regions, such as the thighs, waist, and lower tummy, will find this to be of particular use. It's possible that if you wear stilettos, you'll feel more comfortable exposing more skin, including your calves and other parts of your body.

 

Q11. Do skirts look good on everyone?

 

A skirt may flatter every body type, whether you're tall or short, curvy or straight. Finding the appropriate plan and fitting it with suitable components is all that's required. Skirts are an excellent complement to any woman's wardrobe because of the confidence, femininity, and sophistication they project. However, not all skirts are created equal and the ones that look best on a woman's figure are the ones that she chooses. Thinking about your body shape is essential when choosing a skirt style, such as an A-line or pencil skirt. As a result, you may choose a mode that plays up your best qualities rather than your weaker ones.

 

Q12. Is it comfortable to wear a skirt?

 

You might want to think about wearing a skirt instead of pants since it will be a lot more comfortable for you to move around in a skirt. Since they are tied to you, you will be able to feel the way that they swish on your legs while you are free to walk around since you will be able to sense how they move.

 

They are not like pants in that they contain openings that let air flow around the wearer's legs, thighs, and crotch area. This is the main difference between them and pants. As a result of the absence of constraint created by the pants, you will have more freedom of movement when you are wearing a skirt as compared to when you are wearing trousers. This is because the pants will not be touching your legs.

 

Q13. What length of skirt is appropriate?

 

When looking for the skirt that will look best on you, a good rule of thumb is that the hem should end at the shortest part of your legs. If you do this, you'll be able to find the skirt that looks best on you. This will make sure that the skirt makes your legs look longer and makes them look like they are longer. This can be higher than the ankle or lower than the knee. You should wear whatever gives you the most confidence and makes you feel the most comfortable. But there are some fashion rules that are meant to be broken, and you should dress in a way that gives you the most confidence and makes you feel the most comfortable.