The car wash skirt was featured in at least 15 runway shows for fall and winter, according to Who What Wear. Designers like Suno, Oscar de la Renta, Christian Dior, Tommy Hilfiger and Angelo Marani were just some of the names who showed their take on the skirt, Fashionista reported.
Defined by multiple splits, the skirt earned its name because it looks similar to the scrubbers found inside a car wash. The splits, or strips, are wide at the bottom of the skirt, and depending on the fabric, the strips may either swish or slap as you walk. It's different from fringe skirts, which has thinner strips.
The car wash skirt is perfect for dressing up decently while teasing a little skin. It's also ideal for transitioning between warm summer weathers and the cooler breeze of fall.
Long or short, the car wash skirt may be dressed up or dressed down with sandals, sneakers, stilettos or booties for a flirty, fun and sophisticated look, as shown in these photos:
For other fashion trends this fall, check out these other features on HNGN: Fashion Trend: Embroidery Is Making A Comeback; Young Designers Present Modern, Edgy Appeal Of Embroidered Works and New York Fashion Week 2015: Top 4 Wearable Fashion Pieces To Have This Fall (PHOTOS).