Simplicity 3880; ©1941; Misses' and Women's Dress Style I is an attractive, all-occasion dress accented with contrasting material to make the rever and pocket facings and the wide buckled belt. The bodice is gathered to the front shoulder yokes and closes below the rever collar with a slide fastener. The slim-fitting skirt joins the bodice at the waistline. Style II, effectively finished with rick-rack braid trimming, is a pretty dress to wear at home. The dress may be made with plain short sleeves or with long sleeves gathered to a wristband.

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