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Simplicity 2267

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Simplicity 2267

Simplicity 2267; ca. 1940s; Dress in two lengths - The bodice, seamed at either side of the center front, has a back-button closing. A continuous lap opening is featured on the dirndle skirt. The dress is enhanced with a square neckline and puffed sleeves. In Style I, lace insertions trim the front seams, neck edge and sleeves. Two lace rings are featured at the waistline through which a ribbon belt is inserted and forms a back bow. Style II is finished with a self ruffle trim and tie belt.

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