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Stunning dress and jacket pattern by Simplicity. The dress can also have an overskirt:
"The dart-fitted bodice, which may be worn with shoulder straps, folds down at the upper edge, forming a petal on either side of the center front seam. The skirt, cut in four gores, falls in a wide flare. A waistband, ending in tie ends in front, tops the overskirt, which is open in front. The dart-fitted kimono-sleeved jacket has a five-button front closing. Turn-back cuffs are featured and the jacket is rounded at the lower edge."
34" bust, 37" hip
Pattern has no date printed, but is from the 1950s.
All pattern pieces and instructions are present and correct.
Pattern pieces are of the unprinted, pre-cut to size variety, and are in good condition; a couple of the bigger pieces may need an iron.
The envelope is in reasonably good vintage condition, with some wear and tear. One tear on the back has been mended with artist's tape on the inside.
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