This top is made of trial and error, and pattern hacking. I am not thrilled with the end result, though it's a passable wear, but most of all, it was a good learning experience. The fabric is viscose, not sure if you can see but it has a shiny embossed leopard spot print. This is the first time I'm sewing with viscose. It was more sturdy when I bought it, but after washing, it became so different, more fluid and drapey. I like the drape, but I'm not sure if this is going to be a long wearing make. The fabric seems to be getting furry already. By the way, the colour is a very pale pink, not white.
I am not even going to talk about the pattern because it was hacked in so many amateurish ways. And it has too many flaws. The front neckline turned out too wide, and I had to sew a tiny pleat in the middle to get it to fit. But it was a good learning experience. One of these days, I will draft my own bodice block. Anyway, to stop myself from wasting more time fiddling with this hacked pattern any further, I am going to throw it away. When I made this, I had in mind a swingy trapeze like top, but with the soft drape of the viscose and the bias cut, it turned out different. I wore this half-heartedly and when my husband saw this, he said, "this looks really nice, when did you buy it?" Aww, it cheered me up so much. Sometimes all it takes to put a smie on someone's face is a kind word.