Simplicity 1441; ©1945; MISSES’ AND WOMEN’S ONE-PIECE DRESS. The dart-fitted bodice and slim skirt are seamed down the center front and back. The neckline is high and shaped and the sleeves may be long or short. In Styles I and III, two huge pockets are draped to the skirt and tie ends, cut in one with the pockets, slip over the belt. In Style II, the bodice front and gathered peplum are made from a scarf. In Style II, the pockets are made from a scarf.

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