Probably one of my favourite outfits, and one I am hoping to replicate someday, is Myrna's tartan and velvet ensemble:
Upper left corner: 1930s New York dress pattern, middle left: 1930s Butterick bow blouse; lower left corner: 1930s instant download beret hat pattern; Right side: Adorable 1930s DuBarry dress and jacket pattern
For the bowed blouse, either the Butterick blouse or the New York dress pattern (upper left corner) would work under a jacket like the one from the DuBarry pattern. There's also the perfect beret hat pattern (with or without the bows)!
And for the mini Myrna look, a matching children's pattern:
How adorable is that?
Also, the film features some of the most divine coats. I must say, I really love the high fur collar on this classic art deco coat:
Here's a few patterns to replicate the look:
Left: 1930s instant download coat pattern in any size; Middle: Mode du Jour Magazine from 1931; Right: 1930s Autumn Coat instant download pattern in any size.
Myrna also has several one-of-a-kind art deco ensembles such as this jacket:
It's hard to tell if the blouse is attached to the jacket as one piece or not (or if it's a faux blouse and just serves as the jacket front). I haven't been able to find a pattern like this but it is evocative of glamorous jabots and neck pieces such as this pattern below from the NRA period (1933-35):
1930s Simplicity dress pattern featuring a gilet over a peplumed vest and open back dress
Finally, this pattern reminds me of all the jackets from the movie:
So much fun!
Happy holidays everyone!