Woman's Day 5052; ©1953; Blouse pattern “Accessory story”. From Woman’s Day, the A & P Magazine, March 1953 issue. The variations to be achieved from this pattern are many. Included are four necklines, three sleeve treatments and two fronts – to combine as you like. These are the four versions we made up: A – Modified wrap-front, buttoned with color-matching simulated pearls, has soft bow-tie collar, three-quarter push-up sleeves. B – In this blouse the modified wrap-front is combined with a low-cut, wide V-neck and short, wing-point sleeves. C – In this version – ideal as a suit blouse – the simple shirt-front closing is used with narrow band collar and push-up sleeves. D – Sleeveless, and again featuring the simple shirt front, this blouse has a pointed collar, designed to be worn open or closed.

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