I'm not generally a fan of instant download patterns. I just find the effort to print, tape, and draw off on a more usable pattern paper to be more effort than I can get excited about. The exception is very small patterns for my grandchildren which require very little paper.
But the Bento Tee by Liesl & Company was either a free download at one time, or it just caught my eye. I honestly don't remember, but somehow it ended up on my sewing table!. I don't find the picture on the pattern to be flattering (for me), but I had seen it in other versions and liked it a lot. So don't let the picture discourage you.
It is a Tee, so obviously is meant to be sewn with knits. But I did my test piece as a woven, cutting a Medium, and flaring it a bit toward to bottom to give me a bit more room. I made it in a cotton from my stash, purchased a long time a go at Delectable Mountain Cloth in Brattleboro, VT. The shirt has a short sleeve with cuff option or long sleeve. I chose the latter, but shortened them to my favorite three/quarter summer length. It fit perfectly, going over my head easily, even though it was a woven. The sleeve is dropped which made it comfortable and non-binding.
I think it's an attractive pattern. The bottom is constructed so it has two small pockets as a detail in the front. I liked it on enough so that I think I will make it up in a lightweight sweater material, also from my stash. I hope it is as successful!