Simplicity 4344; ca. early 1940s; Misses' and Women's Dress. The bodice is tucked at the front shoulders and a round, convertible collar trims the neckline. In Style I, a contrast is suggested for collar and bodice front. The skirt has an easy flare and joins the bodice at the natural waistline under a belt. Saddle stitching makes an effective trimming in Style II. Make it with three-quarter length or short sleeves.

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