Madame Weigel's 5323; published in Madame Weigel's Journal of Fashion November 1, 1927; Lady's dress. This simply-made dress has the front cut down in one from a yoke and cut in at the sides to give fulness to the skirt. The back of the dress is joined under the belt. The yoke and lower part of the sleeve may be made of lace or contrasting material. The dress is suitable for making in crepe de chine, silk or cotton georgette, voile, charmalaine, frisca, kasha, rep, etc.

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