I’ve said before and I’ll say it again – I bloody love gingham. And this time, I’ve made a gingham midi skirt that I’m head over heels for!
This is the second in three items I’ve made recently in gingham, and yes, it’s exactly the same gingham from Rolls and Rems in Holloway as every other bloody gingham item on this blog.
But hell, when something works for you, it works for you, right?
I’ve got a bit of a gap in my wardrobe for skirts, which have become my favourite thing. I especially have gaps for items that dress up slightly more casual outfits. So I pleated up a length of gingham and made a skirt!
There’s so little to say about this skirt, it’s fully lined and has gigantic pockets I keep trying to fit the dog in – with a bit of tiny pompom trim across to make it a little bit more exciting than it really is. It’s a simple dirndl skirt, with three-inch box pleats instead of the traditional gathering.
It just so happens that the day I planned to shoot this skirt, the amazing Katy from Luxulite sent me the most amazing brooch and earring set – IT’S BLOODY GINGHAM. Can you think of any accessory better suited to my severe obsession than this? They’re absolutely gorgeous, and I can’t recommend Luxulite any higher than I already do.