I have had this pattern for a little while now and finally made it up over the weekend. Called 'The Cuff Top" it is from Swedish company , The Assembly Line, who specialise in modern minimalistic designs.
This pattern has to be one of the most popular shirt patterns out there. Its described by The Assembly Line as:
Easy and satisfying to make yet elegant, the Cuff Top is our most loved pattern and almost addictive to make. It has a straight fit and cap sleeves with wide elastic cuffs. The smaller size range comes with a boat neck and the larger size range has a keyhole opening with button at back.
It is a very easy make, probably the most difficult part was attaching and stretching the elastic for those lovely cuffs. My measurements were at the upper end of the XS sizing so I decided I'd make the S size. I think that I probably could have gotten away with making the XS size, it is quite a boxy fit. I love the sleeves, but feel as thought here is a little excess fabric across the bust and under the arms. I was also undecided as to whether the high boat neck would annoy me, but after wearing it for a full day at work including with a lanyard of keys and ID cards, I have decided it doesn't. I have to admit I do find a boxy style of shirt quite difficult to wear with the garments in my wardrobe. I am tempted to try making it again in the smaller size, perhaps in a slightly drapier fabric too.