Simplicity 1979; 1930s; Girls' Dress. For dress-up and party wear, nothing could be more charming and appropriate than style 1 with its yoke laced neatly on the shoulders and its generously puffed sleeves. Fulness is introduced int the front of the frock through shirring. Style 2 substitutes pleats for the shirring and simple cap sleeves for the puffed ones, making a good looking frock for school and general wear.

This pattern was printed by the Simplicity Pattern Company in 1936.

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