Satsuki (autocorrect keeps changing to satsuma, one is bound to sneak in this post) can be made as a top or dress and there are is also an unbelted version with a ruffle. The shoulder cut outs are optional too so there are a few different variations you can make with this pattern.
I started with the belted top with no shoulder cutouts using a blue printed cotton and although it has a kind of stripe effect I didn't have enough fabric to match so I just ignored it, I figured it wouldn't matter too much in this style. I raised the neckline a bit, but probably didn't need to, I think it would look better lower. I really liked the print when I bought it (obviously!), but made up in this style it is in danger of veering into sort of tacky loud shirt territory. Maybe with shorts and in a resort setting I will feel a bit more enthusiastic about it.
Against all commonly accepted rules, I find the best fabric for me to wear in our hot, humid summers is jersey which is why I boringly make lots of repeats in easy knit dresses, this is what I live in for half the year. If the fabric has a print that isn't going to show up any sweat marks (sorry for TMI!) then even better. So I was keen to try the dress version out in a printed ITY jersey.
I love how this dress feels to wear, but again it does feel a bit like a kaftan / pool cover up and I think it will take a bit of getting used to wearing in the city. The pattern is really simple to sew and there are some great versions out there, I just don't love it yet as much as I wanted or expected to.