Advance 1327; ca. 1930s; Misses' and Juniors' Frock.  Make this as a two piece frock or without the peplum in a one piece style it is smart either way. The youthful lines of the dropped shoulders and tailored yoke are enhanced by the shirring of the bodice and sleeves which may be short, puff affairs or the long, bishop style. Two box pleats afford low posed decoration in the front of the skirt.

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