How to get the boho-maxi skirt: Make it yourself

I’m obsessed with the boho maxi, the classic dress that comes in all the colors of the rainbow.

I’m also obsessed with getting it on.

So when I saw the new crop of boho dresses, I knew I wanted to make one.

It’s so versatile.

The basic version is a plain-clothes version that’s designed to fit in any size.

The skirt version is meant to go with a black dress, but it’s also a plus size.

So, for me, it’s the perfect dress.

I love the way it looks in all colors, and I love how the pattern repeats.

I wear it with everything.

I can dress it up, or it can go with just a white dress.

Here’s how to make your own boho skirt.

How to make the bahoe maxi:1.

Find your size.

This is one of the biggest challenges when it comes to a boho dress.

You need to figure out how many buttons to wear, how much fabric you want to work with, and so on.

That means you have to look at how much room you have.

So make sure you find out how big of a dress you want and what you need for it.

For example, if you’re 5’10” and wearing a 4.5″ dress, you need to make sure the dress is wide enough to cover all the buttons.2.

Cut a length of fabric.

The longer you cut the length, the longer the skirt will be.

That’s because you’ll want to trim your fabric to fit around the length of your bust.

It’ll be about an inch shorter than your bust and about 1/2 inch wider than your waist.3.

Cut buttons.

These are the buttons that go over the top of the fabric.

It depends on the size of your dress, the length and width of your skirt, and your shape.

If you’re a plus-size, you can trim your buttonholes to fit, but if you wear a plus, you should work with a tailor to get that trimmed.4.

Sew the skirt.

Start with a flat piece of fabric like a cardigan or tank.

Then, start with your skirt and add a button.

You can do this with a sewing machine or a sewing line.5.

Measure the length.

This will help you decide what length of the dress you need.

For my boho size, I wanted a dress that would fit me from the waist to the hem.

You should measure your waist, but I also had a few extra inches on my dress so I cut the hem down.

For a plus or plus-sized person, you’ll need to measure your bust as well.6.


If your skirt doesn’t have a seam allowance, it will need to be sewn.

If it’s too tight, it’ll take a little longer.7.

Start stitching.

When you’re done, mark where you cut your buttonhole, and add two lines on either side of the seam allowance to make a triangle.8.


This line is usually about 1.5 inches away from the line you cut, so you don’t need to worry about it coming through the fabric when you sew it.9.


Your skirt should be pretty tight, but the triangle shouldn’t come through the seam.10.

Sew it in.

This isn’t really important, but you should mark where the buttonhole is and then mark where your triangle should be.11.

Enjoy your new skirt.

You could use it to make new dresses for yourself, or you could make something to wear to parties, weddings, or other special occasions.

For now, you’re free to dress up in whatever you like.

For the most part, I don’t think boho tops or dresses are really meant for a plus person.

I think it would be more appropriate for a tall person like me.

But, if I had a special occasion, I would probably make a bohoe maxis.

And if you have a bahoes dress that you love, why not let me know what you think?

I love to see your boho tips and photos on Instagram.

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