Is it a tunic or a dress? The pattern offers both lengths and I made something in between - what I could squeeze out of the fabric. I used a hem facing to get it close enough to knee length to qualify as a summer dress.
I loved this pattern for the unique pocket design which was a fun puzzle to put together. It reminds me of those optical illusions drawn by Escher, only these pockets work in physical reality and not just in the imagination.
I dithered over what size to make, knowing many sewists have found it to run loose. This is the style, I suppose. You could "fit" into a number of different sizes depending on the ease you want. The dolman sleeves allow for some wiggle room. I have a little more wiggle room than I want, having made one size smaller than what my measurements indicated. I'd go down one more size next time.
I used a fun linen. Unfortunately, it's somewhat thick, and with the large size of the dress, the whole thing feels very heavy. And the linen is scratchy - so with wide and scratchy I feel just like I'm wearing a gunnysack. Honestly, I haven't worn the dress yet.
However, I think I looks much better than a gunnysack! I will get some wear out of it, I know.
The neat pockets are almost lost in the design, unfortunately. I think the only drawback to the pattern is that all those seams are fairly bulky, especially in the linen.
Overall, I'm happy with my results. I'd like to make it again, possibly in thin wale corduroy. I think I always say I'd like to make another version of a pattern in corduroy - what a sublime textile.