Simplicity 4127; ca. early 1940s; Unprinted Pattern. Junior Misses' and Misses' Dirndl Dress. The long bodice is dart-fitted through the waistline to insure perfect fit and the neckline may be square or finished with a neat, round collar. In Style I the collar is detachable. In Style II the bodice is trimmed with ribbon bands which are repeated in the skirt. In Style III, rows of shirring in the skirt create a tiered effect. Choose short sleeves, plain or puffed, or three-quarter length sleeves.

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