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1910s Suit – Jacket- Skirt- Pattern Circa 1916

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1910s Suit – Jacket- Skirt- Pattern Circa 1916

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Description

A Resto-Vival pattern from the WWI or Great War period and is suitable for looks from 1915-1920.

The Jacket is cut very full and pulls in to the waist with the belt.

The Jacket Features:

  • Collar options of notched at front and pleated or unpleated at the back, or “plain” or shawl collar.
  • Both collar options are squared at the back, similar to a “sailor” collar.
  • Optional shaped pockets and cuffs
  • Cut in two lengths- either a shorter jacket with no pockets, or a longer jacket.
  • Easily adaptable to WWI era looks!
  • Paired with a slim skirt, the jacket can carry you into the early 1920s looks.

The Skirt Features:

  • A high waist, hitting about 2″ above the natural waistline.
  • An A-Line cut that falls from the top of an fitted interior waistband (not fitted at natural waist)
  • Fastens at the front, under the stitched overlap which can be accented with buttons.
  • A fun shaped decorative applied waistband that can be accented with buttons.
  • Gathers at the back, peeking out from under the applied waistband
  • Cut in two lengths- a shorter length that is perfect for WWI, or a longer length that can work for earlier Edwardian styles.

Written instructions only, no pictures.

7 sizes included for Bust 85-115 cm = 34-46″