Tie Dye Diva Patterns) is so versatile it will look dressy or casual depending on how it is styled.
A more traditional look would be how I've paired it here. I added a simple black tee, a statement necklace, and black velvet booties.
I love the shape of this as it fits close through the hip and flares out at the knee. Even someone with not much of a bootie (raising my hand here!) looks good coming and going in this maxi skirt. Here's the back.
Take a slightly oversized tee, knot it at the side, put on some athletic shoes (mine are rose gold) and you have another casual look.
One of the best things about this maxi skirt is how quickly it can be sewn. From start to finish it took me less than two hours. Of course the other great thing is that it is available in 14 sizes to fit hips 34" to 55".
The elastic waistline finish is invisible from the front side.
I tried a couple of different knit fabrics to see how they looked once completed. The red camo is a linen knit, the blue/green camo is a lightweight sweater knit, and the gray is a french terry.
set of PDF patterns from different designers sold as one unit at a discounted price. (The Mermaid Maxi is part of the bundle.)
You can purchase the bundle of patterns here (no affiliation, I just really like the Mermaid Maxi skirt and agreed to be part of the blogger tour!) I also don't know how long the special pricing lasts as this is my first time with Sew Fab bundles. Check out the projects the other bloggers choose to sew as part of the blog tour.