McCall 402; ©1936; Ladies' and Misses' Smocked Blouse. A profusion of bright colors intermixed in rows of smocking and masses of cross-stitch flowers - this gives a special charm to the gay spirit of this attractive peasant blouse. A glorious thing to wear and most delightful to work. The smocking is of the simplest. Smart in both styles shown above.
Featured in McCall Style News, August 1936
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