Beautiful, gorgeous, stunning! Just a few of the words to describe how you’ll look when you make and wear this amazing 1950’s Pauline Trigère evening dress from McCall’s patterns: “Sleeveless sheath dress, in two lengths, with cutaway front skirt. Skirt may be lined. Curved wide neckline, faced and interfaced, dips to low V at back. Princess seaming in bodice. Four-gore skirt has small unpressed pleats at waistline, back and front; center back zipper closing. Sash has zig-zag wire stays, may have fringed ends.”
Pattern: McCall’s 5131 (13 pcs cut & complete with instructions [folded in half with small edge tears], tears on some pieces: skirt front [also small pieces of tape] and back, skirt back side facing, bodice front, bodice side back, bodice front and back facing. Please refer to photos.)
Back Waist Length: 15 ¾
Envelope: Poor: wrinkled, all-around wear & tear, age discoloration
Please note the price reflects the condition of this rare pattern – usable, but with condition issues.
Listing is for this sewing pattern, not the finished item. Listing is for the original pattern, not a copy. The first photo has been edited to highlight pattern, all other photos are as accurate a representation as possible. All images are subject to copyright, and may not be used without permission.
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