The one on the left I've named Tropical Pink. It's the most brilliant, florida-esque pink. As I sewed it, I kept being reminded of of the delightful creations by Oilily and Gudrun Sjodon. I've always admired them and felt their color pallets really emulate my personality. The sides of Tropical Pink are made of poly red lace over the top of hot pink rayon knit. The front/back are made of Kaffe Fasset's quilting cotton in GP100 Red. Then, I finished it off by trimming with a t-shirt cotton knit in aqua. I love wearing this top. Feels good, somewhat slimming due to the lines. I like that I get the design lines in it without it being tightly fitting.
The one on the right is the Anna Tunic pattern by Amy Butler. You'll laugh... originally I had this fabric to make a pillow case. So, the collar is the former trim and the body the main top fabric. I really love this top. But, the pattern was so bulky and ill fitting that I needed to take darts in. Yeah, that wasn't fun because I'd already put the liner in at the point I decided I needed darts. But, I've gotten lots of wear out of this top. It's perfect under a cardi, especially one that doesn't close fully.