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Simplicity 3108

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Simplicity 3108; ca. 1939; Misses' and Women's Dress or Housecoat. Youthful and wonderfully slimming, the fullness of bodice front is concentrated between shirring at shoulders and dart seam just above waistline. Back bodice laps over front at shoulders to give a yoke effect. Skirt flares, joins bodice at waistline. Style I has short sleeves, finished with a cuff. Style II has three-quarter sleeves. Style III is the housecoat. It slide fastens at front. A tie belt is worn; short sleeves.

Featured in June 1939 Simplicity Fashions Prevue: "A slenderizing frock which will flatter your figure. Blouse fullness is an added note of Fashion."


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