1940s Wedding Bridal Gown V Neck Sweetheart Vogue Special Design Extended Torso Train USED COMPLETE Vogue S-4285 Bust 32 Women's Vintage Sewing Pattern

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"Vogue Special Design S-4285; early 1940s; "Milady" Wedding Gown

Featured in Vogue Pattern Book June-July 1941

S-4285 BRIDAL GOWN OR ONE PIECE DRESS. The bodice has gathered front fullness confined in the long darts at each side of centre and is dart-fitted at back. Choice of a shallow V neckline with loop and button closing at back or a low shaped front neckline. Long bias sleeve with dart pleats, or a short draped sleeve. Sheer bands at neck and on long sleeve of bridal version may be made of same fabric as veil with applied narrow bias folds of dress fabric. Veil pattern not included. The skirt, even floor length or with train at back is gathered to the bodice at side-fronts and across back on a low curved line and is cut in one with the bodice at centre-front."

Pattern fits ~~~
Bust 32
Waist 27
Hip 35

Have the wedding gown no other bride will. Absolutely stunning wedding gown pattern is named "Milady." It is used and complete with all pieces and the directions. Pieces are plain tissue paper. Two of the pieces have penciled notes on them. Third scan is of the original advertisement for this gown.

The envelope has corner wear, tears at top corners and center, and part of the flap is missing. Due to fragility of envelope, pattern and directions will be placed behind envelope in protective plastic, not inside it. You are buying the physical sewing pattern, NOT the completed gown.

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