Even though I don't wear skirts very much, I figured that making one to match the shirt would be a good plan. Skirts are relatively very easy to sew, especially a basic one without any pockets or embellishment. Plus, I had a heavy tan canvas material in my stash that I scored for free off of craigslist, for which I never had the foggiest plan. It is fairly stiff material and not a color that I wear much - basically useless. Even if I only wore the skirt very occasionally, that would still be a solid improvement in the number of times I could wear the doesn't-match-anything shirt. Plus, it would transform that space-hogging hunk of fabric into something wearable.
So without further ado, here it is:
I mentioned earlier the shirt's problem with the neckline, near the arms. Oh well.