The pencil skirt is made of highly flexible stretch denim, which guarantees an incredibly pleasant wearing comfort. It has a figure-hugging cut and ends a good hand width below the knee. A tight-fitting skirt with a high waist perfectly accentuates the female curves. It has side pockets and is buttoned through the front with large black buttons: you can decide for yourself how high you want the front slit and how you thereby vary the freedom of movement and silhouette. A small and lovely detail: the leo label on the back waistband. This pencil skirt convinces with high quality, wearing comfort, casual chic and hot curves!
Background info pencil skirt/pencil skirt:
The ancestor of the pencil skirt first appeared in 1880 in the form of the hobble skirt. In 1910 the French fashion designer Paul Poiret created a tight tube skirt from it and made it socially acceptable. Not until 1947 Christian Dior transformed this skirt into the classic pencil skirt by designing a shorter version of the hobble skirt. The new silhouette he created - the H-line - was groundbreaking at the time. Main focus of this silhouette was the pencil skirt, which at that time became a trend especially in the office. A typical pencil skirt is tight-fitting at the hip and narrows further to the calf - like a "pencil". This is how it shows off round hips and a narrow waist to best advantage. It ends exactly at the knee or just above/below it. Because of the tight cut, the skirt slit is essential for better movement. Classically the skirt is worn with high heels and nylon tights. A pencil skirt is the ultimate statement for all ladies - the feminine charisma is guaranteed!