Decades of Style 1940s Siren Sundress


A vintage sundress pattern from 1948, the Siren can be dressed up or down depending on your fabric choice!

The bodice is backless with straps that cross in the back, wrap around the front waist, and then meet in the back again for a tie!

Because these straps are only one layer, the ‘wrong’ side of the fabric will show as they are wrapped. As such, you’ll want to pick a lightweight woven fabric that has no wrong side (or a very interesting wrong side!) like our Carolina GinghamsKaffe Fassett Shot Cottons or Giucy Giuce Wovens!

The Siren Sundress includes 9 sizes. The largest size is drafted for someone with a 46″ bust, 40″ waist, and 49″ hips.

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