Pictorial 5128; ca. 1930; Part of an ad found in an undated Pictorial Review pattern envelope. The ad is printed on pattern tissue paper & measures 12.5 x 25 inches. There are no descriptions for the designs. The only copy reads: "A few of the most popular Pictorial Review summer styles - attractive day-time frocks, formal afternoon & evening gowns, and juvenile types. You can buy Pictorial Printed Patterns for any one of these & hundreds of other styles from the local Pictoial Review Pattern merchant, also patterns for any of the new styles illustrated each month in Pictorial Review"
5128 – This picturesque era of feminine fashions is particularly adapted to the bridal gown that’s to be worn on other occasions than the wedding. Here the sweeping lines of this slim model afford rare distinction and grace for the trainless gown. The uneven circular skirt joins the slim bodice in a shaped outline, while medallion-like shirrings relieve the straight lines of either side. Note the flattering shoulder capes, breaking the severe lines of the tailored sleeves. Designed for sizes 14 to 42. Size 16 requires 4 ¾ yards 39-inch material. Width about 4 yards (as stated in Pictorial Review, June 1930).
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