Introduction of school skirt
School skirt, also known as “Hundred Pouch Skirt”, “Dense Pouch Skirt” or “Fragment Skirt” in modern times. A school skirt refers to a skirt composed of many fine, vertical folds.
The length of each tuck of the skirt is about 2 cm-4 cm, ranging from hundreds of pleats to thousands of pleats. It is beautiful and beautiful, but it is more complicated to make. School skirt is also a kind of skirt often worn by women of Yi, Miao, Dong and other ethnic groups. It is popular in Yunnan, Sichuan, Guizhou and other places. The same is true for girls’ school uniform skirts in European and American countries.
In the Ming Dynasty, the skirt was usually made of blue, with as many as 20 pleats and colorful peach blossoms under the abdomen. Modern skirts have many and dense folds. The skirt has lengths and shorts, long trails, and short knees. The school skirt of the Dong nationality is composed of two pieces, the front and the back. Wrap the calf leggings or wear sock tube when wearing it, suitable for winter and summer, festivals or when going out to play. In the Daliangshan Mountains in Sichuan and Ninglang Yi areas in Yunnan, the skirt is generally stitched with three different colored cloths. Except for some areas such as western Hunan, most Miao women in other areas like to wear this type of skirt. In addition to Chinese national costumes, school skirts are commonly found in school uniforms for female students in many countries around the world.