I found a lovely transparent wool jersey and I thought it'd be perfect for a layer dress using the pattern n°2 from Drape Drape 2. I used the S/M size since the cowl tunic came out a bit big and my jersey is very stretchy. Making a bias out of this sheer fabric was a nightmare, so I ended up doing a rolled hem, hence the super thin straps, which I like, and the very low armholes, which is ok since I wont wear the dress on its own (it's as good as being naked, really). I used starch to prevent the hems from rolling like crazy before sewing.
I wasn't 100% convinced of the shape and I found out that wearing it back to front gave me a better drape (no idea why). I actually made a mistake and cut it on the reverse of the fabric so the drape was on the wrong side (which... I really don't care about) and so it's back on the "normal" side lol. The neckline is lower in the back and higher in the front, but, yeah, I don't care either way.