A full skirt gathered at the waist , typical of the full, billowy, celebration of fullness epitomised Christian Diors “New Look” in 1947, when dirndl skirts were worn with high heels and short cropped jackets.
The dirndl skirt may be gathered into tight pleats, or into waistband, it might be a skirt with a separate fitted top or the skirt of dress. Perfect for dancing and well known as traditional Tyrolean peasant wear, also worn in Bavaria and Austria.
Massed fabrics are feminine, discreet and beautifully show off dyeing and embroidery techniques; variations can be found all over the world and a key part of regional costume.
Chinese provinces, the Rabari of the that desert, tribal skirts, the Chinese …. and the kryzikstahan……… .
ref.. jenny hicks beach