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Simplicity 1684

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Simplicity 1684; ©1946; Women's One-Piece Dress: The extended shoulders are tucket in front and complimented by the keyhole neck. The skirt, cut in seven pieces, has a pleat in front and joins the bodice at the natural waistline. Buttons travel from neckline to hip. Style one is bound with bias at the neckline tying into a dainty bow. A self fabric belt is used and patch pockets trim the skirt. In style two attractive saddle stitching frames the neckline and continues right down the folded edge of the skirt pleat. A purchased belt is used.

Ten pieces. Comes in sizes 34-48 even bust. Waist is six inches smaller than bust, and hip is three inches larger than bust.

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