Sundance Skirt Knockoff

Handmade skirt (similar) | J. Jill tank top (similar) | Charter Club cardigan~thrifted (similar) | Chico's belt (similar) | Naturalizer sandals | Leather cuff (similar) | Triangle necklace (similar)

To you, O LORD, I cry, and to the Lord I plead for mercy:  "What profit is there in my death, if I go down to the pit?  Will the dust praise you?  Will it tell of your faithfulness?  Hear, O LORD, and be merciful to me!  O LORD, be my helper" Psalms 30:8-10

Hey, friends!  How is your week going?  I visited my girls, yesterday, which is always a treat.  My daughter cut my hair, again.  I'm always after her to cut it a bit shorter and, boy, she really did this time!  No worries--it grows fast enough!

More businesses have been allowed to open in the last couple of days:  Bars, health clubs, our apartment's common areas.  It's pretty exciting!  I hope things are going well where you live.

The Challenge
As you know, my love for all things Sundance Catalog runs deep.  When I saw the Pistache Paisley Skirt in their spring/summer lineup I thought it looked cute and breezy.  I knew I could make one, so that's what I did!  (Originally, it was $88.  When I downloaded the photo for this post, I see it is reduced to $34.99.  At that price, I would have bought it!)

I'm joining:  Monica (Jersey Girl Texan Heart), Shelbee (Shelbee on the Edge), and Michelle (My Bijou Life Online) tomorrow for Your Own Twist on what to wear for a Spring/Summer birthday party linkup celebrating Michelle's birthday.  Happy Birthday, Michelle!

The Details
This fabric was purchased on clearance (now sold out) from  Since the skirt is a simple tiered pull-on, I just made up my own "pattern."  The cost to make the skirt was only about $10.

I have bright pink tops, but none the same as the flowers, as they are hot pink.  This older pink/purple J. Jill tank works pretty well with it.  Recently, I saw some "Grandma Trends" (their words, not mine) that are now mainstream and tying a cardigan around your shoulders like this is one of them.  Who knew?  The leopard belt is making another appearance, as well as, my new sandals which were obviously a good buy!   I would wear this outfit to a spring/summer birthday party in a hot second!

The Options
The skirt could also be worn with a graphic t-shirt, and maybe even the "right" leopard print shirt.  It would be fun to find a hot pink shirt and maybe add sneakers, too.  I'd like to wear it with my beige babydoll top, but I'm going to rethink beiges with my hair.  When it's cooler, it could be worn with white booties and a jean jacket.  

I'm participating in #memademay2020.  

Handmade skirt (similar) | J. Jill tank top (similar) | Charter Club cardigan~thrifted (similar) | Chico's belt (similar) | Naturalizer sandals | Leather cuff (similar) | Triangle necklace (similar)
Pistache Paisley Skirt | Handmade Skirt

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