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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 26, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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INTRODUCING YOU TO THE NEW BLOUSE!
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BY BETTY BROWN
A frilly and a fussy thing is the
new spring blouse! And there will
be fussy tempers and frazzled dispo
sitions to go with it if those who tell
us what to wear keep on adding fus
siness to our clothes, especially to
our blouses.
"But what can we do?" say the
modistes. "Your clothes must be in
harmony, you know, and if your
skirts are fussed up with panniers
and pockets and sashes, your shoes
trimmed with "perforations" and
buttons, how can you wear a simple
blouse?"
. yfpQi Jtff.e gan't Kg. "goa't, and just
to show you what we will wear here
is a trio of models which the Fashion
Art League of America designates as
"accepted blouse models for early
summer." The quaintly ruffled
blouse at the left is champaigne col
or Georgette crepe embroidered in
dull blue; in the center is a handker
chief linen blouse in delicate green,
collar and cuffs strapped with Delft
blue which is a daring combina
tion; at the right is a dainty affiair
in white handkerchief line with a
striped border in rose and green.
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