Added Mar 8, 2013
The skirt is a part of the suit I made last week-end. Don’t remember how long I’d had the fabric in my stash, but not less than two years. The silhouette is one of the most flattering for any figure, it’s womanish and for this fabic is a good choice because it’s very soft and well-draping.
The skirt is from Burda magazine 11/2004 #122
The fabric is very nice. It’s both tweed and velvet so I had to be attentive with the direction of the pile. And it gives so nice shot effect while wearing.
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