Simplicity 4820; ©1943; MISSES' AND WOMEN'S JERKIN AND SKiRT: The jerkin is dart fitted at the waist front and back and the peplum is attached to the inset belt. Two welt pockets trim the peplum. In Style I, the sides are cut out from shoulder to waistline and the jerkin is fastened with one button at the belt. Style II has a three-button closing. The skirt front is cut in three sections and is finished with an inverted pleat. The front seams of Style I are topstitched to resemble box pleats.

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