Pictorial Review 6833; 1930s; WOMEN’S AND MISSES’ FROCK. Clever details give this simple frock an air of individuality. Contrast is used in the round collar and loose bow, and in the narrow vestee. Lattice trim made with Singercraft guide may be use in place of vestee. The smartly trimmed sleeves may be three-quarter length. Bands suggest a peplum and may also be used at lower edge of skirt. Width, size 16, about 1 ¼ yard.

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