Simplicity 3245; ca. 1939 or 1940; Misses' Dress and Separate Skirt. The tunic silhouette with a flared hemline is a smart, youthful style. Style I features the dress without the tunic and has the double-swing flare. Braid is a decorative trimming. Style II features the dress, cut for tunic length, worn over a separate skirt. Long and short sleeves are provided.
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