Simplicity 4056; ©1941; Misses and women’s dress: A painted back yoke give the bodice a trim fit. The round, collarless neckline is top stitched and buttoned pockets trim the fronts in Style I. The skirt, pleated at the front., joins the bodice at the natural waistline under a belt. In Style II, the fronts are stitched together below the revers and the bodice is pocketless. Make the smart, deep armhole sleeve long or ¾ length.

Featured in Simplicity Fashions Prevue, January 1942

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