To add a finishing touch to a stage many opt to add stage skirting. This simple addition creates a more polished appearance, especially during performances, assemblies and school presentations. Stage skirting is either made with a shirred pleat or box pleat. A shirred pleat is the most common style with narrow folds at the top and gathered bunches as it drops to the floor. Box pleats are a more elevated look with pleats usually around 4-inches wide creating more defined edges on a stage. Both are available in several color and size options. Regardless of the style, stage skirting is designed to be easy to add with hook and loop tape.