I wanted to make a wearable muslin of the Roza blouse but I actaully wanted it to be wearable. Given the number of days that it has been hovering around 5 degrees here, flannel seemed to be a safe bet in terms of wearability. I love the Roza blouse! It was a breeze to sew up and it incorporates the kind of relaxed, minimally structured vibe that I like best. Next time I think I will do it in a flowy rayon or silk, and I'll try to make the shoulders and bodice smaller. If this were a summer blouse without the turtleneck underneath the visible straps and cleavage would be a serious lack of decorum! I paired it here with a Colette Ginger skirt that I made a few years ago out of the most gorgeous mustard wool tha looks a little wrinkled and worse for wear after a day at work. Also, the whole outfit looks a little hobbit-y, but somehow I still like it. And I'll say it again: I LOVE the Roza pattern.