My DIY: Red Gingham Asymmetrical Ruffles Skirt + McCalls 7725 Pattern Review

Happy Saturday Lovelies!

Red Gingham Asymmetrical Ruffles Skirt (I made)
Fabric: Joann's (2 yrs ago) & Pattern: McCalls 7725
H&M Graphic Lips T-shirt (old)
Zara Gold Metallic Sandals 
MAC "High Heels" Retro Matte Lipstick
How are you all doing? I am doing great even though my rotations keeps me busy during the week. I really look forward to the weekends to relax and enjoy sewing on the side. Summer is just flying by so fast, I need it to slow down a bit so I can get the rest of the pieces on my sewing list done before the fall season. One print that I am so in love with this season is Gingham, I love the classic print and how it can easily transition from season to season as well. Today's post features a gingham asymmetrical skirt I made a couple of weeks ago.
I used the remnants of the cotton blend I used for this top HERE to make this skirt. I made view B and cut a size 14 based on the finished garment measurements. It fits perfectly without any fit adjustments. The only modification I made was to extend the invisible zipper all the way up to the waistband instead of stopping at the waist seam like the pattern instructed. I like that the pattern comes with different variations for the ruffles/flounce portion. It is a pattern that can be made and modified into different styles of skirts.
For the styling of the skirt, I paired it with a graphic t-shirt and completed the look with a pair of gold sandals to achieve a casual yet dressy look.
Thank you so much for stopping by and have a blessed day!

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