This pattern is New Look 6020. You see that 'Easy' label? It's not really easy. If I'd tried making this as a beginner, I would have given up very quickly. The pattern includes sewing curved edges to straight edges, facing (including on a v-neck), bias binding and a very long zip. I found it relatively easy, but that's only because I've been sewing for a couple of years now. I made view A, which has a curved front neck and a v-neck at the back.
The skirt fabric was chosen by Mr C. As it's a heavy drill, I didn't want to use it for the bodice like I did for my apple dress (which unfortunately has facing that sometimes rolls to the outside due to the weight). I used a black poplin instead, and this worked perfectly.
My favourite part of the dress is the v-neck at the back. I was worried that I wouldn't get the facing to sit quite right, but it's perfect. I wore the dress for a full day last weekend, and I didn't have to tuck the facing back inside once.
I have also recently made a simple black-and-white checked box-neck top (which is far better made than the first version I made a couple of years ago), but it's currently in the wash. It might be a while before I can upload photos of that one.