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Gored refers to a type of skirt that fits through the waistline and flares at the hem.

Gored Skirt are made from tapered strips of fabric that widen towards the hem


A gored skirt is a type of skirt that is fitted at the waist and hips and then flares out towards the hem, creating a full and flowing silhouette. The skirt is typically made up of several panels called gores, which are narrow triangular pieces of fabric that are sewn together to create volume and movement. Gored skirts can come in various lengths, from mini to maxi, and can be made from a variety of fabrics, from structured cotton to flowing silk. This style of skirt is versatile and can be dressed up or down, making it a wardrobe staple for many fashion enthusiasts.

Application Areas

  • Everyday wear
  • Work attire
  • Formal occasions
  • Special events
  • Casual outings

Treatment and Risks

  • Treatments: Gored skirts typically do not require any special treatments, but they may need to be steamed or ironed to maintain their shape.
  • Risks: The main risk associated with gored skirts is that the seams may rip or tear if the skirt is too tight or if the fabric is not strong enough.


  • A high-waisted gored maxi skirt in a bold floral print
  • A knee-length gored skirt in a classic plaid pattern
  • A midi gored skirt in a flowy chiffon fabric

Similar Concepts and Synonyms


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A gored skirt is a popular style of skirt that features panels of fabric, called gores, that create a full and flowing silhouette. This versatile piece can be worn for a variety of occasions, from everyday wear to special events. While gored skirts do not require any special treatments, they may be at risk of seam ripping if the fit is too tight. The style is reminiscent of vintage fashion but can easily be modernized to fit current trends.


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