Sizes XS - 3XL.
The prototype for the sewing pattern of this delightfully feminine gown bespeaks the humblest of origins. “49 Cents Buys this Muslin Gown,” boasted the 1902 Edition of the couturier of rural America—the Sears, Roebuck Catalog. Several pages of style and fabric variations (all white) attest to its popularity, and the country lady anxiously awaited the arrival of her dream gown.
View A has a ruffled neckline and is cut just below the knee. View B features a wide triangular ruffled collar and the traditional ankle-length.
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