The skirt is also a Megan Nielsen pattern which came in the maternity pattern pack I recently purchased. It's got an extremely high waist band and ruching on the sides. This is the knee length version without a ruffle. This is a super straight-forward pattern with clear instructions that goes together in less than an hour. The only thing that made me stumble is I lost my notches for adding the elastic to the sides after I serged the sides together. Better to mark these with chalk or a pen when cutting out instead. I used some jersey knit for this skirt but it does not have 40% stretch as recommended in the pattern. This is fine for right now but I imagine it won't stretch to accommodate me further in pregnancy. It's also a bit light weight for a tight-fitting skirt so shows off more bumps and lumps than I'd prefer (especially while I am more bumpy and lumpy than usual). The waist band sitting so high on the waist is extremely comfortable though and I have plans to make this up again in a more appropriate fabric.
As for the skirt, this one won't make it due to poor fabric choice. I'm not sold on the style but the comfort is amazing. I've been wearing this one as you see above which makes me feel less self conscious and on display. Perhaps as I get larger and more obviously pregnant, I'll be more into it. I also feel like the theme of this pregnancy has been comfort over all else so I'll probably wear it regardless.