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The jumper, sweet and simple and very suitable for modern wear, was worn by Molly in the scene near the end when Roger Hamley proposes. Of a medium denim-blue, this could be made of a number of fabrics: llight wool, heavy cotton, or even a firmly woven linen.
The bodice is fitted with double darts and has a low round neckline. Around the neckline, down the front and round the hem is a white, straight-edged lace trim. I would estimate its width at about 0.5″ to 0.75″. There are white buttons down the bodice front and skirt. A narrow waistband separates the skirt and bodice. In episode three, Molly wears a matching belt with this jumper. The skirt front is smooth while the back is either gauged or finely pleated.
You could wear any number of blouses, but here is a summary of the two I noted with this jumper: The first has a wide, square collar edged in lace. It has long sleeves and plain cuffs. The second blouse is similar in style, save it has a narrower collar.
Be sure to check out the Inspired Interpretations page to see Mrs. Chancey’s version of this charming ensemble!
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