New York 671; ca. 1930s;  Ladies' and Misses' Tunic Blouse and Skirt.  The Tunic-blouse may be made with high neck and an attached standing collar, or with V-shaped neck and attached revers.  Long and short set-in sleeves are provided.  Attached three-piece tunic in either of two lengths.  Two-piece skirt attached to a camisole body and closed under the left arm.

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