Bestway 18,098; ca. late 1930s or early 1940s; A Two-Way Frock. The bodice side-fronts are gathered and set into the yoke that is cut in with the front panels, while the plain back is tucked at the neck. The skirt has the front and back panel seams terminating in inverted boxpleats. Design A has the front panels turned back as revers and joined to the collar. There are long sleeves, darted at the head and wrist. Design B has the bodice front panels buttoned up to the neck, where the Eton collar is added, and there are full sleeves, darted at the head and gathered into the wrist-bands.
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