Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Skirts was a 2-reel comedy vehicle for the delightful Fay Tincher, here cast as an outspoken maidservant. When her employer's house is burgled by crook Tully Marshall, Tincher is accused of the crime. But she manages to clear herself and to bring in the culprit, to the amazement of slack-jawed police chief Edward Dillon (who also directed the picture). When reviewed in the pages of the trade magazine Variety, Skirts was identified as a Keystone comedy. In truth, it was produced at D.W. Griffith's Fine Arts studio by Triangle, the company that handled distribution of the Keystones.