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Vogue 2048 Vintage 1970s Gianni Versace for Complice Designer Original Dress Top and Pants Size 12 Sewing Pattern

Vogue 2048 Vintage 1970s Gianni Versace for Complice Designer Original Dress Top and Pants Size 12 Sewing Pattern

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  • Vintage Supply from the 1970s
  • Material: printed paper sewing pattern
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Vogue Designer Original 2048
Design by Gianni Versace per Complice
© 1979

MISSES' DRESS OR TOP AND PANTS:
Very loose-fitting, pullover dress, six inches (15cm) below mid-knee, with pockets in side seams, or above-hip length top, has round neckline, shaped standing collar, front-buttoned band closing, front pleated at shoulders, patch pockets with inverted pleats and buttoned flaps and narrow hem. Full-length sleeves are pleated into buttoned cuffs. Topstitching and edgestitching. Purchased belt forms desired blouson. Slim, tapered pants have waistband, pockets in side seams and mock fly front zipper closing.

Featured in Vogue Patterns January/February 1979

Size: 12
Bust: 34"
Waist: 26.5"
Hip: 36"

Pattern is cut and complete. The pants pieces have ink notes on them indicating that the pants are TOO SMALL (there was also a note on the envelope), so it is worth checking sizing before you make the pants. One piece is cut to the top length; the cut-away part needed for the dress length is included. Envelope has some wrinkling, tape, and tears.

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