Woman's Home Companion, July 1916. Described as a "pull-on dress", code for a one-piece dress. The deep raglan armscyce would be problematic for me, and if done, I would want to fudge the shape so the strips matched. The contrast collar and cuff, and sleeve length, are great, but I'm not sure about the front placket with ladder lacing. The tiny bow it forms at neck is nice, though it could be achieved as a vestigial bow without the placket or laces.