I used the same pattern as I used for the navy T-shirt, except I made the sleeves elbow-length. The neckline is a little higher than I like and the excess fabric in my swayback is more obvious, but overall, I like the look and feel of this shirt. Because of the longer sleeves, the shirt is good for cooler buildings, but the fabric feels smooth and cool against my skin in the humid weather. The sleeves ended up coming just below my elbow, but all I wanted was sleeves that end at a natural body joint, so I'm ok with that, even though I expected them to end just above the elbow. I didn't want wrist-length sleeves because I wanted a three-season shirt; full sleeves would be just too hot in the humid summer, even if only psychologically.
I made this shirt to wear at work when I want to be dressed up, but not too dressed up. The libraries where I volunteer are the environment where women wear stretch "dress" jersey pants and jersey pull-over shirts while the men wear short-sleeved button downs and khaki chinos. This seems to be normal library wear and I want clothes that will transfer when I get a paid position. I also want clothes that feel like me and that I want to wear. I think this shirt fits the bill.