50s Peplum Dress Pattern, Simplicity 3366, Two Piece Suit Dress Vintage Sewing Pattern, Uncut
We love the suit dresses of the 1950’s, especially when they have a pretty peplum! The classic styling can easily fit into a modern wardrobe: “Misses’ two-piece dress: Tuck effect on buttoned-front bodice is achieved by top-stitching. Style 1 has an inverted pleat at center back and a three-quarter length sleeve. In Style 2 the sleeves are short and top-stitching creates a cuff effect. Both styles feature unpressed pleats on the peplum. The skirt has a center front tuck with a narrow slit opening.”
Pattern: Simplicity 3366 (14 pcs uncut & complete w/instructions, factory folded)
Copyright: ca 1950
Envelope: Poor/Fragile: readable, good graphics, handwritten name on front and drawing on Version 2 picture
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