How totally groovy is this pattern? We thought it was Pucci-inspired then found this amazing Dior photo by Henry Clarke for U.K. Vogue. No matter who the inspiration is, it's definitely one of the most fun designs we’ve come across. You can also make an equally 60’s and super mod one-piece A-line shift dress. “Pant-dress with button and snap closing has yoke continuing into full-length sleeves with button closing. Pants are gathered into elasticized bands at ankle. Version B is a street length dress with short sleeves.”
Pattern: Vogue 7048 (7 pcs w/instructions, uncut & complete, factory folded)
Copyright: ca mid to late 1960’s
Back length - neck to waist: 16 1/4
Envelope: Fair: wear & tear on edges/sides/top flap, tears across front and back, light age discoloration, stamp on front
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