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Simplicity 1738; ©1946; JUNIOR MISSES' AND MISSES' ONE-PIECE DRESS WITH DETACHABLE PEPLUM. The bodice is darted at the front underarm, front and back waistline and joins the gathered skirt at the natural waistline. The keyhole neckline is fastened with a bow. The cuffs are formed from a turn-back facing. In Style I has detachable peplum circles the waist and the front ends are turned back. The facings of the peplum and cuffs ore made in contrast. In Style II a wide purchased belt is used and the skirt is of contrast.
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