This is my a sort-of self-drafted pattern. The bodice is princess-seamed Simplicity 2648. The skirt is... an altered pattern! My aunt gave me "How to Use, Adapt, and Design Sewing Patterns" by Lee Hollahan for Christmas last year. The book's plain language and simple illustrations make alterations seem do-able. I used a pencil skirt pattern, and slashed and spread the skirt, eliminating the waist darts, and adding about 5 inches to both the front and back pieces (so 20 inches total along the bottom perimeter of the circle) to turn this into a flared skirt.
The fabric is definite stashbusting: a deep, teal wool from bought from Mood right around when I started sewing. And it barely wrinkles. Don't you love a pleasant fabric surprise like that?
I wore this to work with a deep purple cardigan, the (faux) snakeskin belt, and heeled-platform loafers. I felt great in it. Can't beat a simple dress!