I made this in a wool crepe which I am going to call cranberry colour, although it looks very orange-red here.
The pattern calls for a petersham ribbon waistband, but instead I just used an interfaced strip of fabric which is lazily just plonked on top the lining I added, stitched in the ditch from the right side for a fairly bulk free finish and held closed with a hook & eye.
The pattern is unlined, apart from the godet which has a smaller lining piece - a godet stay I suppose to help the skirt keep it's shape. I decided to add lining and just used the same pieces (remembering - hallelujah! - to flip the front pattern pieces upside down) leaving the side seam open below the godet and just handstitching those edges to the godet stay. It would look better if the godet stay was the same length as the lining, but the lining was a bit of an afterthought. As was this photo - excuse the wrinkles!
I feel like I am getting ahead with fall sewing possibly for the first time ever! Despite the (for me) bright colour I think this will work with a lot of pieces and end up being a versatile fall skirt.