I'm going to give you three reasons why I love the Sutton blouse by True Bias.
One - the pattern is well put together with good instructions that provide a garment that is quick to put together and looks almost as good inside out.
Two - the front is slighter narrower than the back which creates shape and allows the fabric to drape well. The longer back is also great cover. And three - the design is economical and uses less than a metre of 150mm fabric. Great scrap buster too if you are working with contrasting fabrics.
I've used printed crepe purchased in Portugal last year and some black crepe from stash. I made it up in size 12 without any alterations. The only change I'll make when (note I didn't say if) I run up another is to use bias tape for the arm hem. This is simply to reduce bulk from the French seams.
Not sure what I'm making next, so meanwhile happy sewing!