I don't know where the name 'verandah skirt' came from, but I think they're a great idea - a belly dancing friend introduced me to them. They are designed for the sole purpose of providing a little modesty (aka covering up your 'bits') when wearing leggings or firm fitting trackie pants to yoga, exercise class or belly dancing. I love mine. So easy to just throw on if I have to do anything in town straight after a class. There's no way I would wobble my way round town in just a pair of leggings and a tee shirt.
Yes I know....some do....but not me.
I don't know why I look so serious. I think I'm concentrating too hard on tying to hold the camera straight. I'll have to learn to use a tripod and the delayed timer, or whatever it's called.
This next shot is worse.
I'd hate to meet myself in a dark alley.
The mirror is not very clean either.
The skirts are so simple to make. Just measure how much front and back coverage is required, fold in half across the full width of the fabric, cut a hole for the waist and attach a band which has been inserted with non roll waist elastic. Easy peasy.
It would appear that holding the camera is the hard part.