McCall 9049; ©1936; Ladies' & Misses' Dinner Dress. Or it could be of satin or lamé. It is made on coat-lines, with jewelled buttons that stop smartly at the waistline. The bodice and waist are tightly fitted, the skirt very flaring. It can be made with short puffed sleeves.
Molyneux' velveteen dinner dress, from McCall Style News December 1936.
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