Hollywood pattern 1528 – One piece frock (with accentuated waist); end 1930’s

Hollywood pattern 1528

 

One piece frock. A fitted mid-section joins the two piece skirt to the blouse section. Gathers below the shoulder yoke and the new high square neck with or without collar. Very short sleeves and three quarter length bell sleeves.

Fabric suggestions: Printed silk, silk crepe, taffeta, satin, heavy sheer, rayon challis, novelty cotton, linen, gingham, eyelet batiste, cotton lace, rayon, Celanese, Bemberg

 I found similar dress in the movie Day Time Wife 1939 – dress worn by Linda Darnell

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