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Simplicity 2295; ©1950's

Misses' and Women's One-Piece Dress: Both views of this lovely dance-timer feature sleeveless bodice which may or may not have criss-crossed shoulder straps. Skirts are full and gathered. V. 1 dress is made of flouncing with finished edge at lower edge and upper edge of bodice. Ribbon cummerbund is shown. V. 2 has optional contrast overskirt, ribbon sash; optional fur trim at upper edge of bodice.

ORIGINAL PATTERN, NOT A REPRODUCTION.

Size: 16/ 36 bust ' hips 38


Pattern is complete with instructions. Pattern pieces are printed, UNCUT & FF.

The envelope is in FAIR/GOOD vintage condition

051712/091912/

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Vintage 50's Simplicity 2295 Pattern - Evening, Prom or Party Gown Dress - Uncut - Bust 36

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  • Vintage Supply from the 1950s
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