This Butterick pattern is for one the most stunning dresses we've come across, and definitely not something everyone else will be wearing! This vintage 50’s halter dress has a form-fitting bodice and dropped waist that joins a flared, full skirt at the hips; the button front, hip length jacket sets off the unique skirt design to perfection. "Here's the new and wonderful look that's setting the fashion world agog. A halter dress molds the figure closely to the hipline, then bursts into fullness. With it, a semi-fitted hip-length jacket cut slim and easy."
Pattern: Butterick 7244 (14 pcs with instructions, complete, uncut, factory folded, slight age discoloration where instructions fit against pattern)
Copyright: ca 1950s - possibly 1955 or 1956
Envelope: Poor/Fragile: readable/usable - some foxing, staining, and general wear & tear from age
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