1970s Pretty Dress Pattern V Neckline Flared Dress With or Without Attached Capelet Vogue 8086 Vintage Sewing Pattern Bust 32.5

1970s Pretty Dress Pattern V Neckline Flared Dress With or Without Attached Capelet Vogue 8086 Vintage Sewing Pattern Bust 32.5

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Product Number:P8086J6
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Pattern by :  Vogue Patterns
Pattern Number #8086
Copyright :  1971
The pattern is : Complete
Size: 10      Bust:    32.5     Hip:  34.5

Vogue 8086; ca. 1971; Misses' Dress. Semi-fitted, flared dress, two inches below mid-knee has V-neckline, elasticized waistline and self bias and bow trim. Short puff sleeves or full length sleeves with gathered cap elasticized at wrist. With or without attached capelet. Purchased or self tie belt.

Featured in Vogue Pattern Fashion News August 1971 and in Vogue International Pattern Book August/September 1971


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