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6842

Madame Weigel's 6842; Published in Madame Weigel's Paper Patterns Catalogue, February 1942; Lady's dress, suitable for striped materials. Dresses made entirely of stripes are certainly smart and good looking. This style makes up very prettily in a plain or a floral stripe, the two-way idea not being overdone. It has a two-piece skirt with a seam in centre front and back, doing away with side seams. Suitable materials are bemberg, spun silk, crepe, cottons, sheers, etc.

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