Butterick 5413; ca. 1933; NEGLIGEE FOR WOMEN AND MISSES in Instep, Ankle or Shorter Length. The Kimono Sleeve is in any of Three Styles.

“A once in a lifetime negligée, one of those things you don’t wear commonly, but love to own and love to take on visits to impress your hostess. It should be made of velvet in a rich shade, or of honey-colored crêpe, like that charming one, which we can never forget, worn by Sally Bates in Good-Bye Again (stage version, not movie). Except for these sleeves, which are nicer, this is very like that perfectly delicious yellow negligée”, as stated in Delineator, December 1933

Butterick 5413, December, 1933.

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