One thing I really liked about it is that the back is just a darted a-line shape, sometimes I find full skirts, especially in a lightweight fabric, too tutu like on my body - this is a perfect compromise.
I modified it slightly by omitting the fly front, cutting the front on the fold and putting an invisible zip in the centre back (the skirt already has a centre back seam, but I needed to add one in the back waistband). It just seemed a lot of effort to put in a fly front when it wouldn't show in this fabric at all. If I make this again in a solid though I'll put it in.
I like the shaped waistband, although it's hard to see the seamlines in this fabric.
I didn't have enough fabric to match the back seam, it's not ideal, but I can live with it.
The cotton is quite thin so I added a red china silk lining - also from scraps which is why it is quite a bit shorter than the skirt, but long enough to do the job.
Close up of the pocket
I'm wearing it here with a tucked in RTW cotton shirt, I need to make a couple more lightweight tops for tucking in, the beauty of black and white is almost any colour will work.