The divided skirt, many years later, was more fortunate in having a Viscountess for its chief advocate.
It had slipped into a pocket in the fold of her divided skirt.
“I have almost a mind to try a divided skirt,” Betty said thoughtfully.
She wore a dark red flannel shirtwaist, a divided skirt of black wool, a suede jacket and black cap like a jockey's.
The divided skirt always looks to me out of place, and any woman who wants to wear a skirt had better ride in the side-saddle.
Another instance of crewel-stitch is given in the divided skirt, let us call it, of the personage in Illustration 72.
I had packed in my warbag a divided skirt also, and a linen suit, for hot days, of breeches and coat.
For a little girl two years old, you would not need a hakama,—divided skirt.
There is just a suspicion of the "divided skirt," and the attitude is easy and graceful, the Grecian bend notwithstanding.
She wore a dust-colored habit with divided skirt, and a soft felt hat and gloves of the same shade.