What is "Flounce" - Definition & Explanation

Hanging strips of material which are normally sewn to the hem of a skirt.
A Band Of Cloth Or Lace Fluting Around A Garment To Which It Is Attached Only By Its Upper Edge.
A strip of cloth gathered into pleats on one side which is then attached to a garment for decorative design.
A hanging strip sewn to the skirt of a dress.

Some other terms

Some more terms:

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