I bought this amazing camel and white striped linen at my favorite NYC fabric store (Gray Line Linen) in the fabric district. I immediately knew that it would become a buttonup and the Grainline Archer is a pretty easy choice. I actually bought a black and white striped linen and two 4 ply silks at the same time which I can't wait to sew up next. I wanted to play around a bit with the stripes for some added interest. After seeing some great inspiration on pinterest I decided to go with vertical stripes over all and then horizontal stripes on the back yoke, front pockets and cuffs. I love how it turned out. Still a great everyday buttonup, but the stripe play makes it feel a little more modern and intentional. As for fit, I measured in at a size 8 and went with that. The only change that I made was to shorted the sleeve by 1 inch. Next time I will take another inch off. I am 5'3" so this is not surprise. I end up rolling my sleeves most of the time anyways so it really doesn't matter. I may also thin the sleeves a bit overall. I havn't decided for sure though. I like that slightly oversized boyfriend fit of it and don't way to mess that up. I think this oversized look works especially well with the crumpled linen style that is inevitable with this fabric. You can pretty much say that I love this Archer shirt. It's my favorite color palette right now and it's just so easy to throw on when I want to be comfortable on work days, but still put together. I can't wait to make up the other 3 versions that I have ready to go. I see some batch sewing in the near future.