Holy skirts, Batman! I love when designers give a little bonus to sewists. This bundle is definitely a fantastic bonus as all the waistbands are interchangeable! What a fun way to completely change the look of each skirt!! I’m going to talk about all the skirts in this bundle, so sit tight and prepare to enjoy!!
All of these skirts are intended to sit at the natural waist, but the joy of sewing means you can really where them wherever you’re comfortable. Just keep in mind that moving up or down will mean changing up where the hem sits too! If you prefer your skirts a little lower rise, and you want a mini length, you’re definitely going to need to take up some height. Super easy, just don’t forget!
There is one skirt in this bundle that isn’t new. Good news! It is a freebie!! Luna is a classic circle skirt. She has a knit or elastic waistband option and a couple of lengths to choose from. I didn’t sew up the Luna in this batch of skirts because I already have a couple circle skirts and really wanted to highlight this new ones. But if you’re in the market for a circle skirt, this freebie is a great choice!!
Let’s start with Monica! Monica is a gorgeous pleated skirt. When we started, I honestly thought this would look terrible on me. Pleated skirts on these hips. Pssshh. I admit I was so wrong. This is one of my new favorite skirts!! I’m loving the wide pleats and the contour waistband. There is also a super cute tie available!! Plus, it can be anywhere from mini to maxi!
My Monica is made from some mystery knit from Fine Fabrics, here in Atlanta. The right side looks like hacci, but the wrong side looks like cotton lycra. So it is probably a cleverly printed sweater-look CL. Either way, it is a lovely mid-weight, with great recovery! I paired it with a basic tee with some flair, that I already blogged about here, and am thrilled with the outcome!
Erica, sweet Erica. I kept it super simple for this one and chose the most basic waistband. If you want less sweet, the lace up option adds a good bit of sass to the skirt! Erica is a classic half circle skirt. She is everything I want in a skirt. A little bit of twirl, the perfect fit, and this knee length is perfect for all things!
I used a wonderful liverpool from Sly Fox Fabrics for this skirt. So fun and happy, plus I love me some liverpool. And I paired it with this top from testing forever ago that apparently I haven’t blogged about. Remind me to do that. Another Sly Fox Fabric though, with more stretch lace instead of neckbands. I’ve already worn this outfit to work and am completely in love with it!
Rita is a fantastic pencil skirt with some great options! Obviously, you can go completely classic, as I did. But she also comes with fun seam lines, which continue on up to the waistband! I went for Regular Rita all the way, with the plain waistband, but decided to try the mini length! I haven’t worn a mini skirt, probably ever. BUT I LOVE THIS!!
Paired with this great tie front top, I feel cute and sassy and ready for anything. I used a wonderful ponte for Rita, and of course, always love ponte for fitted skirts! It is smooth and beautiful, and forever comfortable! Be sure to take care of your ponte, because it can pill pretty bad if you wash or dry it on super hot, or with abrasive stuff like jeans. But with a little care, Rita in ponte will give you a fun skirt that is timeless!
Now Tina. Oh, Tina. I stepped outside of my comfort zone again with Tina and these suspenders. Definitely not a look I’ve ever tried before (maybe as a kid, who knows?) Tina is an a-line skirt and she sure adds some fun waistbands to this collection! I chose the cross front, which gets a little lost in my plaid, but trust me that it is fun! You can also choose a scoop front!! And there is a super cute ruffle you can add to the bottom!!
Tina is made of some sort of double knit, also from Fine Fabrics. It is luxuriously soft, with a wonderful spandex content, so the recovery rocks. I paired it with this great shirt, all tucked in and showing off those suspenders!
Now I think you need a little bit of Monica in your life. A little bit of Erica by your side. A little bit of Rita is all you need. A little bit of Tina is what you see. 😉 (I’d apologize, but the song has been stuck in my head for weeks.) Don’t forget to grab your free Luna and check out the entire bundle here!