I found this top on-line at Modcloth.com. I love their site. They have so much to look at and it's a great place to browse for sewing ideas. I have a folder at pinterest for "fashion sewing items" and lot of the items come from this site.
This is the pattern I used as the starting base
for my top. This is a great pattern for a basic tee-shirt. I've made modifications to it to suit me and use this pattern a lot. I made a size medium, but since I wanted this top to fit looser than a tee-shirt, I added a little to the side seams.
For the fabric, I used a black stretch lace with a very pale pink poly-blend knit for the lining. I'm not sure where I got the black lace, but I really like it. I have about 1-1/2 yd. left for another top. It was very easy to sew - no snagging and holds its shape well. I got the pale pink fabric either from fabric.com or fabricmart. It's really too thin for a top, but works great as a lining. When I got ready to sew, I laid the lace and lining together and treated it as one layer. For the neckline, I cut a double wide piece of the lace; attached the cut edge it to the wrong side of the fabric; then turned to the outside & edge stitched in place. The sleeves and hem are just double turned in and stitched.
It was a simple project that went together easily and turned out good. It's really comfortable and feels great to wear. Plus, it goes in the washer & dryer!