A slim afternoon dress with tucked bodice and stitched-down pleats.
For some reason, I think of a Frank Capra heroine when I look at this pattern. It looks just like one of his “office” gals from “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” or another great 1930s film.
A wonderful double-breasted everyday dress from the late 1930s. Very crisply tailored.
A set of vests and dickies from the early to mid-1930s. These are so very chic–I picture Ginger Rogers when she’s not on the dance floor.
Chic and sleek 1930′s pattern for an everyday dress. Would be lovely in flowing rayon or challis–or crisply elegant in lined organdy or silk organza.
A pair of slim 1930′s skirts.
Totally glamorous 1930′s day dresses. I love the details on the cuffs at right and the flutter sleeves on the left. Scrumptious!
This evening gown would be stunning in a floaty, filmy chiffon or silk georgette.
This lovely flapper dress was sold on eBay by USVainen, a past seller whose knowledge of vintage fashion was astounding and whose descriptions were delightful. This seller graciously agreed to let me share her images and words on my site, and I think you’ll enjoy them as much as I have! The description of this […]
This is a very simple, easy-to-make pattern for a house dress/jumper from the early 1920s. Pockets are conveniently placed and large enough to be practical.
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