vintage McCall's 4922 pattern, misses' dress, size 16, bust 36, 50s dress fashion, fitted bodice scoop neck three gore skirt

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Handmade
Vintage
Made in Houston, Texas

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vintage McCall's 4922 pattern
sewing pattern
size 16
bust 36
waist 28
hip 40
1959
RARE

Scoop neck dress with fitted bodice and slim three-gore skirt or flared four-gore skirt. Short sleeves in one with bodice. Slim dress has underlay and slot seam in front bodice, frog trimming, detachable shirred cummerbund. Decorative stitching outlines neck and sleeves; back pleat. Full dress has plain seam at center front of bodice. Both have left side zipper plackets.

Excellent condition.
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So retro.
Can you say June Cleaver?


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