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Pictorial Review 2476

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Pictorial Review 2476; 1920s; Ladies' and Misses' Dress. The blouse is slashed at center-front, underfaced and rolled with the convertible collar to form revers, which are finished with a jabot. Blouse is tucked at sides; it may be slashed up at center-front and the side seams left free part way. Flaring cuffs are attached to the long one-piece sleeves which are perforated for short sleeves. The slip has a straight upper edge finished with shoulder straps. Perforations are provided for blouse and slip to be made of two materials.

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