Here is the pattern from the magazine:
This is a very straightforward top to make so there really isn't anything to say about construction except that Burda suggest cutting it on the bias in the jersey version. I've made this top before and found that in jersey the neckline drapes perfectly well cut on the straight grain so save yourself some fabric if you make this. I also took in the side & shoulder seams at least 2 sizes so you might want to think about going down a size too, although bear in mind my fabric is very thin and stretchy.
I feel much better having used up every last bit of this fabric, but plenty more still to go from my last spree, must get sewing....
Close up of the neckline.
Close up of the ties - basically just tubes turned and caught in the side seam, I shaped them a bit so they are wider at the side seam.
I wore this to travel back from Chiang Mai home to Hong Kong recently with my denim pencil skirt. I look surprisingly happy here given we were about to leave!