Deutsch: Länge / Español: Longitud / Português: Comprimento / Français: Longueur / Italiano: Lunghezza
In geometric measurements, length is the longest dimension of an object. In other contexts "length" is the measured dimension of an object. For example it is possible to cut a length of a wire which is shorter than wire thickness.

In the fashion context, "length" refers to the measurement or proportion of a garment, typically referring to the distance from the top of the garment to its hemline. Length can vary depending on the type of garment and the desired style or occasion. Here are some examples of different lengths in fashion:

  1. Mini length: A skirt or dress that falls above the knee, typically considered a youthful and casual style.

  2. Knee-length: A skirt or dress that falls at or just above the knee, a versatile length that can be dressed up or down.

  3. Midi length: A skirt or dress that falls mid-calf, typically considered a more modest and sophisticated style.

  4. Maxi length: A skirt or dress that falls to the ankle or floor, often associated with formal or bohemian styles.

  5. Cropped length: A top or jacket that falls above the waist or hip, often paired with high-waisted bottoms for a trendy and flattering look.

Some similar concepts to length in fashion include:

  1. Cut: The shape or style of a garment, often referring to the neckline, sleeves, or waistline.

  2. Fit: The way a garment conforms to the body, often described as loose, tight, or tailored.

  3. Silhouette: The overall shape or outline of a garment, often referring to the way it flares, tapers, or drapes.

  4. Hemline: The edge or border of a garment, often described as straight, curved, or asymmetrical.

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