Butterick 3808; ca. 1931; Slip-Over Frock for Women and Misses, closed at left underam, with bias body, evening necks with draped neckline front, draped or plain back and cut-down armhole, or day neck and normal armhole with bias cap or wrist length sleeve, sectional bias flared skirt attached at natural waistline, with or without flared peplum.

“A famous frock created by a great French dressmaker and worn by many chic women. It is cut bias giving supple fit”, as stated in Butterick Catalog, Winter 1931

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