Simplicity 1876; ca. 1940s; MISSES’ AND WOMEN’S TWO-PIECE DRESS: The back-buttoning top is seamed down the center front and has soft front gathers at the side seams. A flared peplum joins the shaped bodice edge. The skirt is cut in four sections and joined to a waist band. Style I has a detachable collar and bow. The three-quarter sleeves are gathered to a band and finished with detachable cuffs. Style II has a lowered armhole and short full sleeves.

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