Anyway, onto to pattern. This is McCall's 5923, view A, which is long out of print. It's an empire-waist dress, partially-bias cut, with princess seams and a back slit. View A has a front band.
The fabric is, of course, from fabric.com and is called Top o' the Morning by Allover Fabrics. It's green and black plaid, with gold accents. I acquired it during my last green and black binge. It's heavier than most fabric of this sort, which was surprising to me. It actually worked out well for this pattern, since the bias-cut pieces tend to stretch. A lighter fabric could have been distorted.
The pattern has different cup sizes: A - B, C, and D. I was a bit concerned about this, because I am actually a AA. I did some research, and it seems like the Big Four (at least) use a B cup as the standard size and that works out for me all right. I think my broad back offsets the small cup and they end up evening each other out.
The cup sizes differ in the two front bodice pieces. Though the pattern pieces aren't flat, you can can sort of see the difference between the D cup (top) and the A/B cup (bottom).
So I didn't alter the pattern for the cup size; I did the usual changes to lengthen the skirt and shorten the straps.
As for the difficulty, it's princess seams with no darts, so that greatly simplifies things. The bodice is lined, and needs to be tacked down by hand because the bottom doesn't line up nicely, but that's pretty easy. The weird fabric yoga you have to do for the straps so the seams don't show is weird, but that's the nature of the beast for anything of this sort. So this would probably be good for an advanced beginner.
And finally, let's go out with Kermit: