Folkwear sewing pattern number 508
Pattern includes Ladies' sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16-18-20
Pattern condition: Uncut, factory folded and complete with instructions
~ Item for sale is a sewing pattern, not a finished garment ~
This sophisticated outfit was made in 1915 at Louis Cerlian of New York, one of the many custom dress shops of the day. It was probably a copy of a trendy fashion of Paris.
The jacket features princess seaming, shaped waistline, and a flared below-hip length peplum to give a figure-flattering silhouette. The high stand collar has an optional contrast overcollar; decorative insets adorn the cuffs. The jacket's military styling was popular in women's day wear at the beginning of World War I.
The jumper features plunging V-neck in front and back, pleats into the shoulder seams, and armscyes open to just above the waist. A series of tucks tapers the full calf-length skirt into a fitted waist. The back closes with a zipper and the front is trimmed with a purchased buckle.
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