This early 1960s vintage pattern from Simplicity features a sleeveless wiggle dress and a matching short jacket. The dress has a wide scoop neckline, and the bodice is fitted with darts. The slim skirt has pleats in front and darts in the back where it joins the bodice. The lined, short-sleeved jacket - perfect for hedging one's bets on unpredictable spring days or cool summer evenings - is trimmed with bands, and looks quite dashing with a contrast lining.
Bust 34" Waist 26" Hip 36"
This pattern is compete, and the jacket has been cut, but the dress remains uncut. It's in very nice shape, too - the envelope has light edge wear, and tiny tears at each of the top corners.
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