The cowls are both a mash up of Sewaholic's Renfrew top (view C) and an elongated waistband from Seamwork's Astoria top. I sewed the teal version first and the neckline is a bit narrow, so I slashed and spread the cowl pattern to make it a bit wider for the pink one. See, bigger!
As for the skirts, the first is a super simple knit dirndl with an elastic waist. Nothing fancy, except the pretty fabric :) I didn't even put in pockets (poor decision, as usual).
The second is a City Stroll wrap skirt from Liesl & Co. I've made it once before (in cashmere!) and really like the simplicity of the pattern. This version is in denim for a more casual look that coordinates well with lots of tops.
I topstitched the skirt with a light gray thread (sorry, no super close ups!), but it is not lined like the wool one I made previously.
The photos I have of this garment are not great, but I DO have some action shots! While the skirt can be a bit indecent in certain situations, it does cover under most poses:
I typically wear a skirt pin my wool one for work, but I like to play fast and loose on my days off.
Now the weather actually needs to warm up for real, so I don't freeze without tights!