Simplicity 3071; ca. 1950; JUNIOR MISSES' AND MISSES' ONE-PIECE DRESS: The back-buttoned bodice, fitted with darts, has a cuff-like band at the upper edge and simulated shoulder straps in front. A tucked yoke, finished with a small pointed collar, has a two-button front closing. The dirndl skirt joins the bodice at the natural waistline. Style 1 bodice has three-quarter sleeves with elastic stitched near the lower edge, releasing a ruffle. Two oversize patch pockets trim the skirt front and a self or purchased belt encircles the waist. Style 2 has short sleeves and a tie belt.

A "Mother & Daughter" fashion, for Daughter's pattern see Simplicity 3080.

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