DIY Floral 90’s Skirt

I’m sort of obsessed with the 90’s trends that are making their way back into the fashion scene. I don’t think I’m quite ready to wear a choker or put a tank top over a shirt, but mid-length floral skirts are definitely my jam.

Skill level: Easy – This sewing project would be good for beginning sewers.
Time commitment estimate: It took about 2 hours total.

I used a vintage pattern to make this skirt, New Look 6374. It was very, very easy to follow. My only hangup was that I originally tried to use regular elastic that I had on hand, but ended up needing to go get non-roll elastic. The first attempt was just too flimsy.

Andie is such a good model, am I right?

ModCloth is my favorite place to shop for vintage-like clothing items that look expensive but are completely affordable. Below are links to some 90’s-inspired floral skirts, similar to the one I made above! (1-4 are from Modcloth, and 5 & 6 are from Nordstrom.)

  1. Bugle Bravado A-line Skirt // 2. Sculpture Garden Gala Midi Skirt // 3. Posh Flourish A-line Skirt

4. Bugle Joy Skirt // 5. Williams Pleated Floral Print Skirt  // 6. Blooming Garden Print Pleated Skirt

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