These patterns for spring of 1927 show quite a variety of looks, from a graded-color “compose” dress to peasant-look embroidery. There is a bolero dress, plus two shirred dresses, and a really striking coat — simple in style, but dramatic when made in a jazzy fabric.
The dresses on these pages are very different, but all twelve illustrations show variations on one (rather sloppy) hat style.
The following fashions are from page 25:
What to wear under these clothes? A light, boneless corselet like this one minimized the wearer’s curves:
And don’t forget to dye your stockings to match your dress….