Straight cut: Skirts that are cut straight from hip to hem. || Pencil cut: Pencil cut skirts are straight skirt with tapered at knees. || A-line cut: Skirt that is tight at the waist emphasizing the hips and then flares out at the bottom. || Fishtail cut: Pencil or straight skirt with fish cut flaring at the end. || Circular cut: A-line skirt with more flares around.
A waistband is a strip of fabric that encircles the waist. Waistband height can be small, medium, or taller. The small waistband is 1inch tall, the medium waistband is 1.5 inches tall which is also standard and the taller waistband is 2 inches tall. A skirt can be without a waistband too.
A waistband is a strip of fabric that encircles the waist. We all fluctuate around the midsection from time to time. That’s why tailors have created a skirt waistband adjusters. In some cases adjuster is not required.
Means of fastening skirts can be positioned according to the wearer's choice. It can be center front, center back, center-left, or center-right.
In skirts, the waistband can be closed with a button or hook. The closing mechanism can be placed on a tab or without a tab.
A slit or a vent is a narrow opening in a skirt to aid movements. A slit can be positioned either at the back, front, or sides. A vent is positioned either at the back or at the front.
A Skirt pocket is a bag or envelope-like receptacle inserted in an article of clothing to hold small items. The Pocket is made with a small stripe of fabric stitched at the opening. The opening of the pocket could be in different positions and angles.
A skirt's back pockets are made similarly to front pockets. The placement of pockets is choice dependent.
In sewing and tailoring, a lining is an inner layer of fabric. Lining provides a neat inside finish and conceals construction details. A lining reduces the wearing strain on clothing, extending the useful life of the lined garment. The lining adds warmth to cold-weather wear.
A skirt's hem can be plain or cuffed. The cuffed hem is a rolled fabric at the skirt's bottom.
Suspender buttons refer to the buttons sewn on the inner side of the waistband used to anchor the suspender to hold-up the garment. Most suspenders have one strap that attaches to the center of the back of the garment and two straps on either side in the front.
Inside the waistband grip is a rubber grip-tape sewn to the interior of the waistband. The rubber strip provides friction and tension to keep the shirt from slipping out of the skirts.
These are the types of buttons used in suits, jackets, coats, skirts, and pants. All button types are hand made by a local crafter.