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? BRIDAL CAP WILL CROWN THE BRIDE
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BY BETTY BROWN
Fashion announces autumn brides
will wear the quaint little mop-cap
instead of a wreath on bridal days.
Prettiest of the bridal caps I've
seen in several trousseaux now in
the making is the one I'm picturing
here, a little fluff of Lame lace and
silver ribbon designed by Mme. Alia
Ripley, of the Fashion Art League of
It makes an especially pretty
frame for a girlish face, and the bride
who wears bobbed hair or dresses
her hair in the "bobbed effect" will
find it particularly becoming.
The be-capped bride shown here is
Mme. Ripley's daughter, Jean Ripley,
the noted landscape artist, who re
cently became the bride of Harold S.
Johnson of Chicago.
The fitted crown of the cap is
made of tulle. From the band of
ribbon falls the court trained veil of
tulle. A spray of orange blossoms is
caught lightly in the pleats of tulle
at the right,