We have taken some new photos, and revised the price…

Here is a chance at a uniform item that rarely comes to market. This is a woman’s M35 pattern service dress in field grade khaki cotton material. Per 1941 regulation changes this dress has factory sewn M41 subdued collar tabs in olive green. These are absolutely original to the collar. On the left sleeve in a 1935 regulation pilots sleeve insignia embroidered in full bullion wire thread. It is on a khaki backing which is correct for this cotton field uniform. The originality of the sleeve insignia to the dress cannot be guaranteed. This could have been added as an embellishment by a former owner and there is just know way to be certain without taking it loose. The buttons are an assortment of resewn buttons and replacements. All buttons are wartime vintage, and I suspect that the 3 of 4 front closure buttons in subdued green stand the most chance of being original to the dress given that the dress was made in compliance to the 1941 regulation changes. Interesting is that there are small rust stains on the shoulders under the collar. This indicates that this dress was updated to carry shoulder boards per the 1943 regulation changes. Overall, the dress in is good condition. There is fading to the base fabric and various stains found through out. There is also some minor corner separation at the most of the pockets which could be easily mended. A nice example of a hard to find uniform type.