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S2849

Simplicity 2849; ca. 1938; Misses' Suspender Skirt, Blouse and Bolero. Blouse has front and back yoke. Shaped collar. Short sleeves, or long sleeves gathered to a sleeve band. Transfer pattern is given for embroidery. Eight gored flat skirt joins skirtband. Suspenders are optional. Sleeveless bolero.

Featured in Simplicity Fashion Forecast, August 1938

"Asked by Double Mint gum Sonja Henie has designed for you this delightful, cool looking dress, left, - adapted from her applause-getting Norwegian skating costume which she also designed. Smart. Becoming. And by Double Mint made available to you in a Simplicity Pattern. [...] Left, Sonja Henie Double Mint gum dress. Designed and modeled for you by enchanting, lovely SONJA HENIE whose flashing grace made her 10 times World Champion and 3 times Olympic Champion. Photographed in Hollywood by Hurrell. Made available to you by DOUBLE MINT gum in SIMPLICITY Pattern 2849" (as stated in a Double Mint gum advert in 1938)

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