Linear atrophoderma of Moulin is a rare distinct clinical entity characterized by acquired atrophic band-like skin lesions that often show hyperpigmentation and always follow the lines of Blaschko. In general, no preceding inflammation is noted, and there is no induration of scleroderma. Usually the condition appears in childhood or adolescence, and there is no evidence of any long-term progression. The cause and pathogenesis of this disorder remains unknown. No effective treatment can so far be offered for this disease. We report a case of 14-year old female presented with a chief complaint of an asymptomatic pigmentation on the right extremities for 6 years duration. During the physical examination, linearly distributed brownish colored depressed plaques were found on the right side of the trunk and right upper & lower extremities along the lines of Blaschko. Histopathologic examination revealed irregular and moderate hyperpigmentation of the lower part of the epidermis with few perivascular lymphocytes in the dermis. The collagen bundles and the elastic fibers are unchanged. These findings were consistent with atrophoderma of Moulin. We report a rare and interesting case of linear atrophoderma of Moulin.