By Rachel Stinson

Petticoats are amazing and, although they were made popular in ancient times (And recently, by burlesque dancers), there have been certain design innovations that have made women from all over the world fall in love with this fashion trend once more.

This is why we're here.

With so many designs for an awesome petticoat, it is usually difficult to pick one and stick to it, however, what you need to keep in mind is how well it fits into your ensemble. Petticoats are originally supposed to play supporting roles for other outfits you're wearing, and their colors should not stray from that of the rest of the ensemble.

With that out of the way, check out the following petticoat designs and see which works best for you:

The Lace Petticoat

The lace petticoat is definitely a must-have for every woman, especially thanks to its light material that is easy to wear and highly comfortable. You won't have any issue with pulling off this look, and it has the extra advantage of being very affordable as well.

The Petticoat Skirt

Ever thought that petticoats could be used to make skirts?

Well, now you have your answer; a big yes.

The petticoat skirt is modern and highly attractive, and it is the perfect choice for every woman who loves to experiment with her look and try new things with the clothes that she wears. If you're ever feeling daring, this is one trend that you can always give a try.

Pair this with a jacket and a matching top; see if you've got something or not.

The Linen Petticoat

Although slightly difficult to work with (due to the finicky material), the linen petticoat is one that will make any bottom wear look astonishing. It is magnanimous and grand, and it has the ability to add a wonderful twist to your entire ensemble.  

The Transparent Petticoat

The transparent petticoat is usually used by brides in order to buff up their wedding dresses, and you can rest assured that thanks to its transparent (well, usually white) material, it will be perfect for you as well.



Rachel Stinson has always had a knack for writing, food, fashion, and places. Blogging has combined all four for her with an added bonus of enthusiastic audiences. She expertly analyzes real estates, restaurants and online fashion stores with respect to pricing and people involved, and can express her opinions in an unhesitant, engaging manner for all matters.


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