Simplicity 1014; ca. 1927 to 1931;  Street Dress.  A fitted hip-band with V shaped detail is used for this simple tailored frock.  This is most appropriate in solid colored crepe de chine, or monotone wool crepe.  Style 1:  The bib effect with its simple button treatment and the patent leather belt will please any young girl.  Style 2:  To dress up this tailored dress tucked batiste or organdy can be used for collar and cuffs on the long tight sleeves.  Style 3:  A V neck for the slightly fuller figure is always more slenderizing.  Revers, tie and tailored belt can be made of a print, or the smart new Algerian striped silk. 

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