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McCall's 6630; early 1960s; Misses' and Junior Dress and Jacket with Transfer for Smocking. Sleeveless, back buttoned dress with plain or smocked front midriff and three-gore gathered skirt; matching, back buttoned jacket with bias or straight grain front. Dress neck and armholes bound with bias self fabric, corded piping in front waistline seam, ends of back tie belt in bodice side seams. Stay of self fabric under smocked midriff; plain midriff is faced. Zipper in skirt back seam below bodice buttons. Unlined jacket has short set-in sleeves, contrast cuffs, and two-piece collar. Corded piping in collar facing seams. A "Mother & Daughter" fashion, for Daughter see McCall's 6662.
Featured in McCall's Fashion Digest February 1963.
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