My second Archer shirt is completed! I like this one better mainly because I think I did a better job on it than the first time around. I lengthened it by 2 inches. Otherwise, I sewed view A as per pattern instructions.
I cut the pockets, yoke, cuffs and front placket on the bias.
I tried to pattern match the seams at least vertically.
Inside the shirt: French seams and bias tape hem.
I chose these royal blue pearl snaps just because I love the pop of colour!
I marked my seam allowances on the cuff in order to get the corners just right.
Here's what I did to my pattern: 2 inch lengthening in the bodice. This makes the shirt fit a bit better on me. I also feel that the extra length counteracts the boxiness of the fit.
Well, I'm quite happy with my casual, comfy shirts but I think that's it for now. I'm eager to go back to my feminine, fitted patterns!