Simplicity 1922; ©1947; JUNIOR MISSES’ AND MISSES’ DAYTIME AND EVENING DRESS: The sleeve and neck edges are gathered and bound. Elastic is inserted at the upper edge of the sleeve and a gusset is featured at the underarm. The dirndl skirt joins the bodice at the natural waistline under a ribbon sash or self fabric belt. Style I is fashioned with an off-the-shoulder bodice. The underskirt is cut in two sections and the overskirt in four. In Style II, a border design may be used and the dress is finished with a square neckline.
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