Simplicity 3184; ©1950; GIRLS' ONE-PIECE DRESS: The dart-fitted bodice has a back-button closing. Corded piping trims the waistline seam which joins the bodice to the dirndl skirt. Outside tucks are used as trimming on the bodice front and all around the skirt. Style 1 has a contrasting collar and short sleeves with a slit at the lower edge to resemble the tucks. Style 2 has a square neckline and sleeves that form a band. Tie ends coming from the side seams form a bow in back.

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