Pictorial Review 3780; ca. 1920s; Women's Frock. The fronts of the blouse are crossed in surplice style, giving an excellent line to this tailored frock. Three plaits at the left side of the skirt add fulness and are attractive. The vestee is arranged on a a bodice lining, and the long sleeves are fitted, but may be cut short if preferred. The wide belt is caught up and fastened with a buckle just above the plaits.
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