This T-shirt is a variation on my own T-shirt draft, using Tessuti boat-shed. The neck facing is from a scrap of Liberty print. I think that the overall effect is a sophisticated version of "nautical". I borrowed a few design elements from a Marc Jacobs T-shirt, namely the assymetrical neck opening and the zippered welt detail (hard to see...it's on the chest opposite the neck opening...perhaps I should take another photo?).
It actually took me quite a while to make this as I wasn't sure what I was doing, even once I started cutting. Sometimes I miss the sewing instructions when I make my own patterns!
Instead of using a regular sleeve, I cut an elliptical section of fabric and folded it in half. The length of the ellipse was the armhole circumference and the width was twice the length of the sleeve cap. The fold eliminates the need for a hem. I borrowed this idea from a woven blouse, and it seems to work for knits also.