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September 11, 2009

Blue lover

Thank you for your input on my last post about one-shoulder dress! With the fabric of that dress, I made a skirt as well.

Windy today!
Here is all you need:
1. Rectangle fabric, width should be bigger than your hip measurement, and length is your choice. It can be shorten or lengthen.
2. Rectangle fabric, two of them for pockets. I love pockets. I don't really use them, but I put hands in them, and for some reasons, it is really relaxing to have hands in pocket. Weird, maybe..
3. Waistband, same width as the 1 rectangle fabric.
4. An elastic band. I would use a thick one, mine was about 1.5 inches. Cut it to the measurement of your waist.

I paired the skirt with anne taylor loft jersey jacket (from Kaitlyn) and Payless booties!


Dylana said...

Super cute skirt! What a great DIY! Great blog!

Madeleine said...

love the skirt. looks great. don't belive that it's DIY. It's too great. :-D

maritaBliss said...

Love the second picture were you hair sways in the wind <3
And that skirt is so cute :) If only fabric were cheaper here I'd make myself more clothes..

chie said...

thank you dylana! i love diying:)

madeleine, thanks for your compliment!

hi marita, where do you live? too bad fabrics are too expensive.. thankfully for me, i found a place that i can buy pretty cheaply in japan. i would love to see your diy project, i love your style!

mer3kat said...

omfg that skirt is sooo cute it looks kinda hard to make though lol

i am bearly learning so yeah


The skirt is really nice tough i loveeeeeeee ur styleeeee