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McCall's 9027

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Ladies' Slippers: A choice of three slipper styles in fabric for elegant and comfortable at-homing. They are lined and soled in felt. Three layers of flannel interline the soles. A: Square-toed Pilgrim Slipper has an elongated tongue run through a large self-covered brass or decorative buckle. The tongue conceals an elastic strap over the instep. B: Slender square-toed Shell Slipper has elastic in casing at heel. Ribbon bow trim is optional. C: Round-toed Mary Jane Slipper has a strap over the instep. Strap is snapped under a self-covered or decorative button. A large jewel may be used in place of a button.


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