Added Feb 3, 2013
Classic patterns make us well-dressed in any season. Besides, as for this silhouette, it also flatters any figure.
The idea to use the pattern occured to me as soon as I saw the cloth. The item is well-combined with different things. The embroidery gives some hue of ethnic style.
My only advice is to narrow a little and make extra strengthening for the upper edge of the skirt to prevent it from stretching it .
The skirt is from Burda magazine 10/2009 #12.
The vest on one of the pictures is from Burda 10/2003 #103.
The skirt is made of embroidered woolen cloth, has viscose lining.
Twists on feminine classics, like a bold patterned shift dress and pants with a racing stripe.
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