Butterick 7237; ca. 1955; Wide Skirted Coat Dress: Gored Skirt. A quartet of pockets distinguish a coat dress with an expansively gored skirt, a stand-up collar. Two pockets pose below the shoulders while another pair rest at the hipline. (A) Below-elbow sleeves. (B) Short sleeves.
Featured in Butterick Pattern Book, Spring 1955
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