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FUR SCARFS STYLISH
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By Betty Brown
If you doubt the effectiveness of
the fur scarf, note the charm of this
black fox stole swinging so airily
from the arm of Miss Up-to-the-Styles-and-a-Littlq-BeyoncL
collar would add nothing in the way
of style to this particular model.
The gown is broadcloth in a brand
new color the Parisians call "fer,"
but which you and I will call iron
gray when finally "fer" arrives from
If you haven't seen the cartridge
pleats used at the waistline and the ;
kneeline it's because they have got-
ten no farther yet than fashion pages '
and fashion shows. ;
The wise girl will paste this model
in her scrap book.
The hat is white breadcloth faced '
with black velvet Note cutaway '
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When the worst conies to the worst
it is up to us to make the best of it, '
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