This is a really full, swingy top, which is much better made in a really drapey fabric ... and this fabric is very drapey and soft. I'm sure you will recognize it as the Atelier Brunette moonstone viscose. I love it, even though it is expensive. I got mine from one of my favourite internet shops, SewMeSunshine, Harriet offers an fantastic service and great fabric. It may seem a bit strange but I used the wrong side of the fabric, because I liked the more subtle coloured shapes.
It has an uneven hem and loose sleeves and the back has a pleat at the backneckline.
Another thing I love about this pattern is how neat you can make it on the inside, look how beautiful. I French seamed all the seams including the setting of the sleeves. The pattern has a neck facing, but Guthrie and Ghani have been selling Atelier Brunette bias binding and it is absolutely gorgeous. I used this to face the neck and the hem and it looks fantastic, bet you can hardly see it below.
So this one is a hit for me, even though its not my usual fitted style. It's a great pattern as usual from Grainline Studio, with clear instructions, and this is a beginner friendly patter.