They are flat-front shorts that hit just above the knee and feature a single pleat and tailoring, as well as durability so that your son may run and play as much as he likes.
Solid Pleat Front One Piece: Done in a cool light blue, this swimsuit features a square, yet low-cut neckline that is quite flattering to the bodice.
Traditional girls' tennis clothing includes adorable splayed pleat skirts and polos, but in recent years, tennis uniforms have evolved dramatically.
Back pleat - The inverted pleat starts at the back of the neck under the collar and extends to the hemline to provide extra room for movement.
To reduce bulkiness where the unit folds in half, use straight scissors to remove a piece of paper about one inch long from the inside pleat.
The surplice bodice has pleat shaping over the wrap tie, and the set-in waist can be adjusted for your most flattering fit.
Starting from the end that is tucked in, begin making pleats in the sari (each pleat should be about five inches wide).
FOLD, a pleat or bend in a flexible material, or a curve in any surface, whence its particular application in geology with which this article deals.
Fealdan) meant originally to double back a piece of cloth or other material so as to form a pleat, whence has evolved its various senses of to roll up, to enclose, enfold or embrace as with the arms, to clasp the hands or arms together, &c. The word is common to Teutonic languages, cf.
Plicare, plectere, to plait, pleat, weave, and in the suffixes of such words as borXauws, duplex, double, simplex, &c. Similarly the termination "-fold" is added to numbers implying "so many," e.g.