Now available in sizes 32" to 46" bust, is Vogue's 1949 Ensemble. Originally meant as lounge wear, the tunic and trousers could TOTALLY be worn as a casual outfit by today's standards!
The sash which ties around the waist and knots at left front was originally referred to as a 'gridle' and I chose to re-name the 'coat' a 'tunic' for Vogue being inconsistent with how they name that part of the ensemble in the original pattern.
Per the text to describe the style, 'The flared lower section of tunic joins double-breasted top at waistline and has notched collar and long roll revers. Crushed sash is tied at side. Long, fitted sleeves with deep armholes. Regulation trousers have buttoned waistband.'