Pictorial Review 5195; ca. 1920s; WOMEN'S AND MISSES' FROCK. In its sleeveless version, this model is ideal for sports or morning wear, but it is equally smart worn with long or short sleeves. The scalloped collar maybe omitted and the back cut down in a deep V. Skirt has inverted pleats in front and at the sides and is attached to the yoke in pointed outline in front.

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 Pictorial Review Pattern merchant, also patterns for any of the new styles illustrated each month in Pictorial Review."

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