It's perfect for the Bruyère shirt.
Changes from my last Bruyère:
I added one inch to the bust length and 3/4" in the back. This helped pull the waistband down well below my bust, otherwise the FBA is the same. The side dart could probably be lowered a 1/2" and possibly slightly enlarged to pinch out the excess fabric at the armpits, but that will have til wait until my next shirt. All seams are french seamed, including the sleeves. I put the buttonholes on the wrong side of the sleeve cuff, so the tab is on top but as I expect to be rolling the sleeves, it's not such a big deal.
Below is how it looks over top a centauree dress. The linen blend dress fabric is a little grabby, but I'll still wear the shirt as a coverup when necessary. The lines under the arms indicate need for changes to the side dart... Lowering, and enlarging? I'm fine with it for now, but will correct in future shirts.
It fits and hangs much better without the linen top underneath. I need to make more skirts! The sun is out, look at that harsh shadow.