The first skirt, the black satin one, I made a few weeks ago from scraps leftover from my Yamamoto jacket. The fabric had a matte side and a shiny side, so I wanted to take advantage of that - there are eight matte panels, with eight large satin godets inserted in between (I invented the pattern). I;m quite pleased with how it turned out. It has a lot of volume even without a petticoat, thanks to the godets
This skirt I made just last week. The day after christmas I hit an amazing fabric sale with my mom and stocked up on lots of lovely fabric. I didn't have space in my suitcase to bring it all back, so I chose just this herringbone. Its a brown and peacook green fine herringbone, really lovely. I can't wait to get the rest of the fabric when my mom comes up to visit in two weeks!
This skirt is a pencil skirt with a bit of A SWISH to the back. I previously posted a skirt like this that was grey. Its a pattern of my own design and I plan to make more when I get the rest of my fabric up. If there's interest, I can take step-by-step photos for a tutorial then
Thanks for looking!