Vintage Sewing Patterns

Simplicity 1725 A

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Simplicity 1725; ca. 1946; Misses' and Women's One-Piece Dress with Slightly Lowered Armhole: Distinctive tucks are placed at the front shoulders and the bodice back is dart-fitted. The bodice is seamed down the center front and the V neckline is flattering. The skirt, center seamed in front and back, joins the bodice at the natural waistline. The lowered armhole is smart and the sleeves may be cap or long. In Styles I and III attractive novelty pockets give the skirt a draped effect. In Style II a purchased belt is used.

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