I wore this to a dance last night and forgot to get the BF to snap a picture of me in it. So this morning, lest you think I have not been sewing, I tossed it on the bed to prove otherwise. This is the skirt that I drafted myself. Unlike the bodice from hell that I'm currently swearing at, it was a very easy and perfect skirt for dancing: six gores plus godets. It's a great, lightweight and sparkly knit from Gail K's here in Atlanta and the fabric behaved like a dream. Additionally I've almost achieved the correct fit for the neckline. It still has a tendency to slip a little and show the bra straps, but otherwise has the right curve and fits along the collarbones without gaping. I have a purchased, strapless bodice that I bought this knit to match but the occasion wasn't dressy enough for that. It was perfect as shown for the dance I went to, lots of swirl to the skirt, lightweight and comfortable for all those swing dances. I like the idea of a matchy-matchy outfit like this because I think it gives me a longer, leaner line. At 5'2" and 140 pounds I need something to give me the illusion of long and lean!