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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 26, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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Play days are almost over, and
mother's chief concern now is a
school wardrobe for little daughter.
To help her decide on hats, frocks
and coats, I made this sketch of a
smart little school girl outfit designed
by Mme. Becker of the Fashion Art
League of America.
The coat is baby lamb cloth made
with triple cape, flaring skirt and a
snug collar of black velvet The
round sailor is black velvet, bound
around the brim with scarlet The
topknot of ribbon is the color of a
gcarlet poppy,
Blue and white silk is used to
make the frock, but plaid serge or
shepherd plaid suiting would be quite
as effective.
The prim little waist is strapped
with green leather and trimmed with
brass buttons. Four flounces is all
there is to the, skirt. The hat is
white crash with green and white
crash ribbon and a green quill. A
stunning little frock for the school
girl of 12 or thereabouts.
. o o
No girl appreciates a lover who is
unable to hold his own.

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