Pictorial Review 6765; ca. 1933; MISSES’ COAT, designed for evening wear. From Paris came the idea of rolling back the fronts of the coat and including this fold in the shoulder seams. Scarf-ends are also included in the shoulder seams, which have the raglan line. Those dart-tucks on the outside of the sleeve give interesting width to your shoulders. This Easy-to-Make coat may be in either of two lengths. Width, size 16, about 1 ¾ yard.
Featured in Pictorial Printed Patterns, November 1933
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