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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15',
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TWO STUNNING DESIGNS WILL DELIGHT THE
Two-piece suit for street wear, at
right, and one-piece afternoon gown,
at left Direct from Paris, these de
signs are two of the stunning styles
for fall and winter wear.
-"Petticoat Lane" will see no more
pleasing street costume during the
season than the one displayed above.
It is a type that will delight the conT
servative but stylish dressed woman.
The suit is made of margaux glove
skin twill, a sort of burgundy color,
with tan carracul collar and cuffs. An
oxidized chain and buckles at the belt
line add dash to the dress. The hat
is the very latest thought in milli
nery, ostrich feathers of currant red.
The afternoon gown, at left, is
made of dar,k blue Lyons velvet with
an under shirt of blue and gold bro
cade. Side panels are of the same
shade of brocade. The crossover
front is of flesh tuelle. The belt is
dark blue with gold bead fringe.
The hat is of dark blue Lyons vel
vet, with a Tarn o Shanter crown
and soft rim