Butterick 8547; ca. 1939; Bridesmaid or Evening Gown. “A bridesmaid’s dress with the Paris-sponsored accent on bossom fulness, an incredibly tiny waist, and a paneled skirt that sweeps grandly down the aisle. Stiffen the wide hem with horse-hair for an even more impressive entrance or for dancing later. Bows dramatize the squared neckline”, as stated in Butterick catalog, Fall 1939

Featured in Butterick Fashion Magazine, Autumn 1939

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