Pictorial Review 6925; 1930s; WOMEN’S AND MISSES’ APRON, which may be made in dress length or shorter. The dainty capelets attached to the shoulder bands are optional. Convenient patch pockets are provided, and the apron is closed in back by means of the tie-belt which conceals the joining of the upper and lower sections.

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