An original ca. 2942 Simplicity Pattern 2942. Misses' Skirt and Bolero Jackets: The four-gored skirt is fitted with darts at the waistline. A simulated fly hides a center front pleat. A shaped waistband and large, flap-trimmed patch pockets are featured. Top-stitching trims the the pockets. The short bolero, styled with a four-button closing, has three-quarter sleeves with turned-back cuffs. Top-stitching finishes the large, flap-trimmed patch pockets and rounded collar.
An unused original ca. 1957 Butterick Pattern 8142. To perk up most any outfit - shortie cape or jackets. (A) Bolero length jacket with below-elbow, cuffed sleeves; a small collar. (B) Short sleeved version. (C) Collarless banded jacket with below elbow sleeves. (D) Shortie cape.
An original ca. 1930's Advance Pattern 1713. Dress or evening gown with bolero jacket. Dress has shaped empire waistline and narrow V-neckline with small winged collar. Skirt is 4 gore Jacket has sleeves that are heavily gathered at sleeve caps and can be finished as short sleeves with small bands, or long sleeved.
An unused ca. 1940's unbranded pattern 2418. One-piece sundress has circular banded neckline, dart-fitted waistline and moderately flared skirt. Bolero jacket has rounded open front with shawl collar and tight-fitted kimono short sleeves.