Like the Class Picnic Blouse from Oliver and S.
I should probably admit that when I first saw this pattern I wasn't too interested, but the more that I saw it sewn up, the more that I became convinced that it is a ridiculously adorable shirt. Both simple and sweet. And perfect for O.
I cut a size 4T out of some cotton lawn that I recently bought from Fashion Fabrics Club. The fabric is ever-so-slightly sheer so I opted not to serge the seams since they're visible through the shirt and I only have gray thread in my serger (yes, I could change the thread but I can't be the only person who thinks that changing the thread on a serger is a major pain in the butt...). After a couple of minutes of deliberation I decided to bind the armhole seams with matching fabric but half-way through I realized that that was utterly stupid and I should have just done french seams for the entire blouse including the armholes. It would have taken half as much time and about a quarter as much effort. Oh well.
On the upside, those little bound seams sure are awfully pretty.