Hollywood 1232; ca. early to mid 1930s; One-Piece Frock or Two-Piece Tunic Frock. A one-piece frock or two-piece tunic frock; button-trimmed to simulate a full length front closing. The gored skirt joins the fitted blouse under a narrow belt and is cut for a three-quarters length tunic when a separate skirt is added. Small upstanding collar or shaped turndown collar, attached to a band. The sleeves are darted at top, are long and fitted with turn-back cuffs, or braid trimming, or short. The separate two-piece skirt has a lining top and side seams end in pleats. Braid on upstanding collar and at lower edge of skirt.

Featuring Olivia de Havilland of Warner Bros. on the front cover.

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