Weigels 6888

Madame Weigel's 6888; circa 1940s; Lady's and maid's dress, with or without simulated jacket effect. Simple designs mean wartime economy, since they give untiring wear. This attractive style may be worn with or without the basque which simulates a jacket. It has a separate rever of a contrasting material. We have given a choice of two sleeves. Suitable materials are light-weight woollens, viyella, silks, crepe, linen, etc.

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