Circle skirts are a very talked-about form of skirt and they can be made to have a vintage feel or a up to date feel. Circle skirts became more and more popular in the 1950’s as many women fell in love with their versatility and in how it compliments the feminine physique.
These days, the circle skirt is still so much loved and can also be found in many top street shops. A circle skirt can range in length and material, from short and sexy, to long and sleek. Its versatility could also be extended to the type of fabrics that can be used to create a circle skirt. This is as a result of the pattern to create it being very simple, only requiring the skirt to be made in sections of one or more circles with a hole at the top that forms the waist.
Common fabrics for the skirt are denim, silk, corduroy, cotton or even leather! Circle skirts are even very talked-about within the belly dancing community as can also be made to look and feel extremely light and flowing and accessories extremely simply, making them the very best for belly dancing. For my part I find the circle skirt to be very sexy and inviting, with many variations hanging in my closet today.
At the same time as dressed in them I feel both sexy and feminine and have won many a compliment on my selection of skirt. I would suggest circle skirts to any woman, without reference to body type, as the circle skirt hangs in a different way for different body types, complimenting even the fullest of figures. Circle skirts are an essential part of any female wardrobe; you can dress them up or dress them down, depending on the occasion or mood. They are a must on those hot summer days, and with the heavier fabrics like denim and corduroy it is possible to increase their use year round.