I ended up being really happy with it overall. The front has two small pleats and the back has one large pleat in the center.
Overall, it is comfortable and light, perfect for a warm spring day. It is a little tight across the bodice so I think on my next one I will add a bit more room. I've begun cutting it out in the Amy Butler fabric I originally intended to use. I am having to be a little creative and will have to add a center back seam and possibly make the sleeves shorter but hopefully it will turn out. As for the pattern, I would highly recommend it. While it is a bit pricey (I usually don't pay more than a dollar or two for a pattern) it does come together easily. This was a big splurge for me so I plan on making a few more and varying it up a bit each time. The whole top took about an hour to sew together. So, head on over to the Sew Along and check out all the cute creations!