This is a very simple design and I had no problems putting it together. Like all patterns I sew for my daughter, I added a lot of length to a relatively small size. She's 118 cm tall, but according to the size chart, her waist and hip measurements corresponded most closely to the 92 cm size.
I think this is the first thing I've made for her (other than dresses) that doesn't have elastic in the waist (even partially). I'm happy with how it fits.
I added piping at the top and in the yoke seam. My daughter insisted on wearing her shirt tucked in because the "pink lines" were her favorite part and she wanted them to be visible.
I used Kwik Sew 2918, modified similar to how I describe here, for the top. I slashed and spread the neck to make the gathers.
I also made a pair of shorts from Burda 9615 for her to wear under the skirt.
Strange that I chose one of the simplest designs from a magazine that I purchased for it's interesting designs. Actually, some of the ones that I liked the best were for boys and I'll plan to sew up some of those in the fall.