Vogue 1955 vintage one piece dress pattern 8462

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Vintage Vogue 1955 one piece dress pattern - marked # 8462 By: The Conde Nast Publications Inc-West 40th St.-New York.

Spiffy one piece dress pattern - size 16, 34 bust / 37 hip

Pattern has been checked and includes directions and all pieces. Right front interfacing piece is a bit ragged on top corner. Otherwise, all in useable condition. Pattern envelope is ripped half way down left side. Corners and top show age and are a bit ragged.

Dazzling dress design that looked super then and would now - happy sewing!

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