1960s 60s Vintage Short Bridal Jacket with or without Long Train ONLY McCalls Pattern 8079 Bust 32

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This 1965 vintage McCall’s pattern is in very good used condition with all pieces for the SHORT JACKET with or with the long train ONLY included and the instructions. The bodice front and back pieces for the gown ARE MISSING.

The measurements for this Misses size 12 are given as Bust 32 Waist 25 Hip 34. The description for the JACKET ONLY on the back of the envelope reads: “Single breasted jacket, with panel seaming at back and front, has long set-in sleeves closed at wrists with zippers. When worn with wedding dress, back and side backs of jacket extend into train. Jacket, including train is lined.”

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