Simplicity 1382; 1940s; GIRLS’ ONE-PIECE DRESS: A “Mother and Daughter Fashion”. For “Mother”, see Simplicity 1380. The button-front dress is styled with a shaped neckline and extended shoulders form brief cap sleeves. An inset belt joins the gathered bodice edge to the skirt which features soft front gathers and side pockets. In Style I, two rows of beading, through which ribbon is drawn, trim the inset belt. Eyelet edging is used for trimming in Style II.

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