Pauline Trigere for Woman's Day, pattern 3267, makes a sheath dress, redingote, and bolero. The first two images were found on Wiki, and are from Woman's Day Magazine.
The sheath features a back zipper, square neckline, and princess seams. Three-quarter length kimono sleeves. The bolero has a small shawl collar which is notched, kimono sleeves, and turn-back cuffs. The redingote (a woman's long coat with a cutaway front) is in essence an overskirt, which may be secured with a belt at the waistline.
A lovely dress for dinner or cocktails. Circa 1950.
Left side seam of envelope is split. Corner wear. Appears Unused - no pin holes but not in factory folds
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