This one's bodice is lined in cotton.
The main fitting change I made was taking a lot of length out of the bodice (normal for me).
I used the largest size skirt for a wee bit more fullness in the skirt.
This time I made a contrast hem band (not included in the pattern).
I also made belt loops... why? Because I snipped a tiny hole in the waistband while trimming seams, ACK!!!! Time for a cover-up design feature ;)
I curved the sides of the bodice more where they meet the yoke, to look more like the illustration (you can see in the modeled pic it's actually quite straight up and down).
Construction wise: I interfaced the waistband (not sure this was necessary but there we go). I also used the lightweight lining cotton as a facing for the yoke, instead of the main fabric as it is stated in the instructions. It makes it less bulky I think.