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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 14, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1916-09-14/ed-1/seq-13/

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SHIMMERING EFFECT IN EVENING GOWN
An evening gown of youthful
model, made of white net over cloth
of. silver. The tunic is of turquoise
'and crystal beads. The skirt fs
trimmed with silver lace. The- scarf
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BETTY BROWN TELLS ABOUJ
SOME STYLES
By Betty Brown
The Indian bead decoration is not
exactly new, but .it was never more
popular than just now. I?ead orna
mentation brightens" many tailored
one-piece gowns, and it is used lav
ishly on afternoon, gowns. An inch
wide girdle of small black beads
worn with this gown is one of the
most recent novelties from Paris.
The gown ,and scarfj are trimmed
with mother of pearl beads and crys
tal fringe.
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stitched solidly to a foundation is a
stunning bit of thmming on a blue
taffeta frock. The, girdle crosses in
front below the waist line and falls
almost to the knee.
The separate spirt of black satin
with, upstanding frill at the waist line
is exceedingly smart, especially when
worn "with, a Georgette crepe blouse
,in some of the "yallery" biscuit 'col
ors, v .
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