It's a good thing I decided this because the fabric was narrower than I thought and there wouldn't have been nearly enough to make a shirt with several pieces and playing with the direction of the pin-tucks. As it was, I had to do some creative cutting to get this simple shirt.
The pin-tuck fabric is sheer, so I underlined the bodice. I dislike clothing that requires specialized underclothing, even if that specialty is as simple as a camisole.
When I tried this on, it confirmed what I have slowly come to realize. Black near my face is not the most flattering color. When I wear this, I look like an advertisement for a funeral mourner. Anyway, I love the subtle interest the pin-tucks give the fabric, so I will wear this shirt, but with sparkling jewelry or a colored jacket or something to counteract the dead zone the black creates.
At any rate, I have a work-appropriate shirt instead of unwearable fabric and got rid of one of my "serves a purpose" shirts.