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Vogue's Basic Design 2555; ca. 1971; Misses' Dress, Tunic & Pants. Dress in mid-knee, two inches below knee, ankle length, or tunic, has fitted bodice with square or oval neckline, gathered A-line skirt, and back button belt. Sleeveless, short sleeves, or full length sleeves with gathered cap gathered into buttoned cuff. Top-stitch trim. Straight-legged pants are darted into foldover facing.
 
Vogue's Basic Design 2555; ca. 1971; Misses' Dress, Tunic & Pants. Dress in mid-knee, two inches below knee, ankle length, or tunic, has fitted bodice with square or oval neckline, gathered A-line skirt, and back button belt. Sleeveless, short sleeves, or full length sleeves with gathered cap gathered into buttoned cuff. Top-stitch trim. Straight-legged pants are darted into foldover facing.
   
Featured in 1974 1001 Sewing and Needlecraft ideas.
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Featured in [[Vogue Patterns Collection February 1972]] and in 1974 1001 Sewing and Needlecraft ideas.
   
 
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*[https://www.etsy.com/listing/580489608/vogue-2555-basic-design-dress-tunic?ref=listing_published_alert Pattern Peddler, Size 16 Bust 38]
[https://www.etsy.com/listing/151799470/70s-vintage-vogue-basic-design-pattern? CloesCloset] Size 8 Bust 31 1/2
 
 
[https://www.etsy.com/listing/580489608/vogue-2555-basic-design-dress-tunic?ref=listing_published_alert Pattern Peddler, Size 16 Bust 38]
 
   
 
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V2555

Vogue's Basic Design 2555; ca. 1971; Misses' Dress, Tunic & Pants. Dress in mid-knee, two inches below knee, ankle length, or tunic, has fitted bodice with square or oval neckline, gathered A-line skirt, and back button belt. Sleeveless, short sleeves, or full length sleeves with gathered cap gathered into buttoned cuff. Top-stitch trim. Straight-legged pants are darted into foldover facing.

Featured in Vogue Patterns Collection February 1972 and in 1974 1001 Sewing and Needlecraft ideas.

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