Anyway, I love this pattern. I took a risk and didn't sew a muslin! I just trust Hey June patterns. The shirt was time consuming for all the details, but it wasn't hard to sew. I accidentally cut the front not on the fold (#pregnancybrain) and had to make it work. I sewed a tiny seam down the front and had to work with the placket a little bit to make it work. Luckily, the print is so busy that nobody can see my mistake!
I made a size small which is probably a little tight at the moment, but it still fits and will fit better in a couple of months. This is the perfect nursing shirt. I feel comfortable and slightly dressed up, but it has easy and quick nursing access. I can even tuck it into a skirt and still have nursing access.
I used some floral cotton lawn that I got during Joann's Black Friday sale last year (here's a link to a different colorway). It's really soft and will be great on hot summer days, but I also love wearing this shirt with one of my long cardigans. I used simple white buttons that blend right in.
Union St. Tee (affiliate link) and cut up a used men's tshirt. I reused the hems and the neckband making this the quickest make ever. It's already soft and broken in, and I'll wear it all summer. I love the stripes and monochromatic colors. It's a tad long, but I don't mind!