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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 08, 1911, Image 17

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YoU simply cannot be out of
style. It' does not make, any dif
ference what you wear you are
fashionably dressed,. K
Every sort of fabric is correct
this year. It is a. great chance for
' made-over-clothes, because all the
odds and ends can be putto
gether. Chiffon, silk, velvet, rib
bon, fringe, braid, buttons, lace,
embroidery, indeed the more
things one uses in the construc
tion of a frock the handsomer
it is.
A stunning gown to be worn
at informal afternon affairs, for
simple dinners or at a ca?d party
is contrived Jof black chiffon, pea
cock blue satin, black fringe and
irridescent heads.
The foundation! of the gown is
of the" peacock blue and the tunic
is of chiffon. This is, bordered
with a heavy black, fringe and an
embroidered band of silk, made
' gay with irridescent beads heacls
the fringe. Bands of the beads
are upon the blouse and sleeves.
Heavy macrime lace seems in
consistent with a fabric as thin as
chiffon, but it is effective when
combined with this sheer mate-'
L A very-handsome gown is made
Svith the under petticoat of apri
cot pink. This is long, having a,
train about three inches. The
tunic is wrapped about, lapping
at the left side. The tunic proper
as edged with black velvet, the
fold patterned macrime lapping
ihe velvet and narrow bits of the
lace being us'ed. on the over seam)
. In the "bodice t$e lace 'is used
next to the silk 'and partially veiled with
black chiffon. ' A black belt edged with,
L 4? Black Chiffon ver Pf
Black Chiffon
. cock Blue Silk;.,
Heavy Macrim Lace
Combined Effectively
with Sheer1 Chiffon.
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