Well, except for handsewing the shank buttons on ... but given how the cuffs sit they won't show in a regular Mathilda the dressform pic. It could probaly benefit from another press, but I will be adding new wrinkles as I put the buttons on in all likelihood.
Now, here's a gem for my "Thank you, Sgt Obvious!" file. Irons heat up so much faster when they are plugged in. I wouldn't lie to y'all LOL
As I expected, putting the buttonholes in was a pain in the (*donkey*) due to how close-fitting the cuffs are. I also discovered the fabric can catch the little lever-thingy on my 1-step buttonhole and make it change directions before it ought to.
The instructions called for slip stitching the hem ... errr ... that's hand sewing, right? Something I don't care for, and don't have the patience to do. Props to those who do, but that isn't me. Especially with a deadline for this outfit. There's no getting around the handsewing of shank buttons, but I'll skip on the handsewn hem idea.