This shirt was too big on me, but I loved the design at the bottom front of the shirt. I was going to make it more fitted by cutting some ties into the back, but was a little hazy and tired this morning and ended up snipping on the side instead of the center back. I freaked out because my sewing machine took a fatal bite and I had no way of sewing up the sides.
The best accident happened; I laid one of my good-fitting camis on top of the shirt (lining up the bottoms of both shirts) and cut the tee the same shape up to the armpit. Then I cut at a right angle to the outside, leaving a wide band like an off-the-shoulder top. I turned the shirt inside out, lined up the sides and poked holes through the front and back every inch or so. I cut ribbon-width strings out of the excess and threaded them through the holes in each side. They are knotted under the "sleeve" and double-knotted at the bottom. The top is not hemmed and falls neatly and naturally near the sternum. I LOVE NO-SEWS.
Here 'tis, with a black cami underneath (I can totally wear it without, as well):