New York 681; ca. 1930s; Juniors' and Misses' Vestee and Jacket. The jacket is made with square corners in front and is perforated to be cut in rounded outline. The long set-in sleeves may be made with or without tab-extensions at wrists; they are perforated for short sleeves. Fronts of jacket are underfaced and rolled to form revers.
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