This skirt I'm wearing is an oldie from a few years ago, made using Vogue 7856, view B, and free fabric that a local designer was throwing out. There was so much of this fabric I made another skirt and a jacket out of it also; I think it was free because the black floral screen-print was a bit scrappy in places, but I just went over the scrappy bits with a black felt-tipped pen (or Sharpie) where it was visible and that seems to have done the trick. After I had finished the skirt I realised it went up quite high at the sides, way too high for a winter skirt... so I ad-libbed some wide triangles of black cotton to the side edge seams underneath for contrast, interest and modesty.
Skirt; Vogue 7856 view B, grey printed cotton, with black cotton add-ons
Cardigan; Country Road
Scarf; Luxe, from Uggys in Dunsborough
Boots; Andrea and Joen, from Uggys in Dunsborough