Butterick 5752, a partially lined dress has front neckline pleats, side front/side back seams, close-fitting bodice, semi-fitted skirt with raised waist, and invisible back zipper.
The pattern sizes range from 6-22. I used the serger and sewing machine to construct the dresses. My finished dresses look like the photo on the pattern envelope and the instructions were easy to follow.
I used Stretch Sateen to make both dresses as recommended by Butterick. The fabrics were purchased from Hancock Fabrics a while ago.
I cut the brown fabric first, added two inches to the length, and finished it, too easy. I liked the dress so much that I got excited and proceeded to cut the green fabric, but I forgot to lengthen it, so it's a little short. Since I prewashed the fabrics before constructions, I'm not worried about shrinkage.
Would I sew this again? No, I think two's enough. But I wish I'd seen SewWil's version of the dress with the piping, on Pattern Review before I made the second one. That was a nice touch.