Have you seen this pattern?

by A.J.A.

in 1950s,Dresses

I found this home sewn vintage dress in a thrift store recently, and I’d love to see the pattern it was made from if it looks familiar to any of you. I found this similar pattern on the wonderful Vintage Pattern Wiki, and it is close, but no cigar.

Simplicity 1077 ©1955

Here are a few pics of the dress.

 

It has a drop waist, a rolled collar, a full pleated skirt, set in sleeves, and a band at the waist with a tie to the left hip. I’m sure you can probably see all of that with your own eyes, but stare at it for a few minutes and it might just blur into a whole lotta plaid! If it looks misshapen, that’s probably because I had to pin it to my dress form, as it measures 32″ bust, 25″ waist, and 34″ hips, and I’m pretty sure I was born with larger measurements.

Any ideas? Your input is greatly appreciated!

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Chastity Senek April 17, 2012 at 6:56 am
A.J.A. April 17, 2012 at 8:11 am

Yes! Thanks so much!

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Jessamyn April 17, 2012 at 10:16 am

Interestingly, it looks as if the seamstress used a more open style of collar from a different pattern. The one on your dress is flattering to more people, certainly!

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