Anne Adams 2404; ca. 1935; Misses' Jumper and Blouse: Aside from the fact that a "halter" neckline is just about the last word in chic, this jumper dress looks at life from a practical standpoint as well. It gives one's wardrobe a greater versatility, for with two pieces, separate blouse and jumper, there are endless combinations possible. Secured by a snug collar-band and perky bow-tie, it has the daring low cut of a bathing suit, showing off to advantage the back of lustrous satin or soft silk blouse. Deep darts assure a perfect fit through the waist in back. Let's say you make it in a wool crepe, or serge, to contrast with the blouse. - from the newspaper ad - 7 unprinted tissues.

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