I bought a set of three Victory Patterns ages ago, and finally got around to making the Anouk dress (and blogging about it, almost two months later!). I love it - no zipper to deal with, and nice and comfy.
Overall this dress came together pretty easily, except for some unexpected fit issues with the yoke. The best photo I could get was this one (sorry, a little grainy...):
If the yoke sat where it was supposed to, the neckline was very gapey. When I looked at photos of other people's dresses, it seemed like this was a recurring issue, though not quite to this extent. I fixed it by having the yoke cut straight across at the seersucker section, rather than at an angle like the pattern calls for.
I also had to cut some wedges off of the ends of overlapping front pieces so that they would line up properly. The more elegant solution I'll try next time is to fold a wedge out of the neckline in the pattern. I may also try cutting a 2 instead of a 4 - it feels a little big around the shoulders and armholes. I would definitely recommend a quick muslin of the yoke for this dress - it could save you a lot of pain.
Other than that, everything came together fine. My fabric choices were pretty uninspired, if you look at the sample:
Fabric: Seersucker from Mood, chambray from Paron, and white cotton from my boyfriend's stained dress shirt.
Pattern: Victory Patterns Anouk
Modifications: None, except adjusting the yoke to deal with gaping.