Look #8 - Vogue 8568; ca. 1939; Suit and Waistcoat. Tailored suit with fitted wrist length jacket and flaring skirt. The jacket has broad padded shoulders, notched collar, an underarm gore provides seams for fitting. Flap pockets at the hips and a single welt breast pocket. The two-piece sleeve is button-trimmed at wrist. The four-gored skirt is finished on a belt at the waist. The collarless button-front waistcoat has an adjustable buttoned-at-back belt. | vintage pattern wiki
Vogue 8275; ca. 1939; One-Piece Frock. The shaped revers and collar are cut in one with the side-front sections and turn back from the inset vestee which may be made detachable. Four shaped skirt panels radiate below the tiny buckled belt at the front waist-line. Darts fit the waist at back and the skirt is flared. Long or short darted-top sleeves.
H1781 1939 Features a pre-Gone With the Wind Olivia de Havilland One piece frock in instep length or shorter. The sectional skirt has front and back panels and has a high princess fitting to join the blouse in a scalloped line. The neck may be high or shaped and low. Shirrings at shoulders release fullness. Short puff sleeves and bow motifs. | Vintage Patterns Wiki
Dubarry 2428B 1939. Two-Piece blouse and Skirt Pattern. Four-piece skirt with stitched down pleats at front hip. Double breasted collarless blouse with high neckline optional pockets and short or long sleeves. | Vintage Patterns Wiki