Madame Weigel's 5567; circa 1929; Lady's dress in two styles. Lower part flared. This dress may be made in two styles. The bodice of one style is made in side fastening effect, while the other is plain. Both styles have a flared skirt. Cornely work finishes the first dress, and the other is sleeveless and made with a collar. Suitable materials are plain or fancy silks, rep, wool crepe de chine, Shantung, celanese, etc.

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