Advance 967; ca. 1930s; MISSES’ and JUNIORS’ FROCK. A triumph of youthful dash – this stunning model with high neckline that’s straight across the front with perforation for a deeper line. The waistline is subtly molded with a curved yoke accented in the back by sash-ends that may be cut off for a belt. Note the back-closing of the bodice and the perforations for the V décolletage… the balloon sleeves (perforated for a shorter length) that may be omitted in favour of long sleeves… and the lapped closing of the skirt that’s perforated for a shorter length. Length of longer frock, size 16, 56 inches, no hem; width, about 3 yards.
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