To be honest, skirts are not my favourite item to make – I am more of “Yes, I already have many dresses, but I don’t have a dress in this color and in this shape” kind of girl. So when I decide to make a skirt, it usually goes to the bottom of “To do” list. Same happened with this skirt – it had to wait a looong line to be made; but let me tell you when it was finished, it soon became one of the favourite pieces in my wardrobe! Seriously, it’s easy to style (both color and shape can be effortlessly matched with every top I have), it’s very comfortable (made of heavy knit, thus I feel good in it even after a workday) and it looks good on me (A-line skirts and pear shape figures are match made in heaven). To me, it falls under every checkbox for “Perfect Office Wear” and I find myself wearing it for a few times every week. It’s most definitely a classic piece to add to your wardrobe!
Pattern used: self-made basic pattern.
Techniques used: to speed-up the process, I used the basic skirt pattern that I always have by my side (it saves a LOT of time to always have a ready-made pattern nearby). The invisible zipper in the back. The skirt is not lined, so inner seams are overlocked.