I wore my still slightly damp skirt (we ran out of time and had to leave) with a pink tank top and a long cream colored cardigan (which nicely hid the ladder in the back). I wore knee high black boots but it was so nice out I could almost have worn sandals were I not also in desperate need of a pedicure. It was very spring-like.
Then, my sister-in-law gave me a new purse for my birthday that perfectly complemented my outfit in similarly spring-like greens and pinks and browns and blues. Awesome! I'll take photos shortly.
I do have to admit though that while I love working with cotton, I'm looking forward to getting back to the spring-y-ness (different kind of spring) of wool. Something stretchy with a bit more give will be a nice change at my own little sweatshop over here!
Want to know something funny though? When I ordered the yarn for this skirt I was such a newbie that I did not compare the yardage of the yarn specified with the yardage of the yarn I ordered. I simply ordered the same number of skeins!!! Luckily, the yarn I ordered came with a lot more yards per skein than the yarn used in the pattern so I didn't run out, but the skirt only used just over half the yarn I bought. So now I'm trying to figure out what kind of matching top I might want to knit... or is this skirt always going to look better with a contrasting top. Something to think about...