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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 27, 1912, Image 15

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AND HERE' THE SEASON'S PRETTIEST HAT, SAYS
' IVTAYBEXLE MORTIMER
The hat illustrated 'is thJ pret
tiest model that has Beeh-shawrf
this season and it will be 'Becom
ing to almost anywoman underf
40, -whether she be blonde or bnin
nette. It is- especially bccomjng
to the brownrhaired, brown-re-yed"
girl. ,-.; ' :
The maidwitK 'dark eyes al-i
ways look well in a hafthat
shades her eyesandx,if the brfm
is made of soft materials it makes
a better frame. r -
The original model -was-made
of fine Vjhite cotton .crepe. The
ruffles .abQut' the ,hnm were cut
,cirpular fashi&n and were trim
med on the outed-ede with nar
row black.ivelvet rjbbon. The
crown wasrqlsjo'jriade of fitted
ruffles put on in an irregular man
ner. The finishing touch Was the" in
troduction! of. two" large Ameri
can beauty -rps.es ,with their fol
iage on one -side of the crown
and on,e ros'e placed Under the
brimjsb that it would hang low
Wer tftchfair. - "
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