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1 E 20 THE THBSALT SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1902I 1902 1902PAGE 1902I
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of O these pictured jackets are the same length as those made by modish tailors tai tailors tailors ¬
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tive that the Norfolk jacket or blouse be the perfection of cut and style styleotherwise styleotherwisc styleotherwise
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favor will be the homespuns and serges Any cloth except broadcloth may maybe maybe maybe
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PRACTICALHINTS PRACTICAL HINTS ON FALL ATTIRE FOR WOMEN OF FASHION
QQR 03t hot weather the Idoal tea gown gownl gownmadt gownmade
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the side such a fabric Is effective etr cUve de despite deStJIte despite ¬
spite its inexpensiveness If desired desiredthe desiredth desiredthe
the th yoke and sleeves might be of lace lacer laceer
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wearing wUl p her prettiestgowns pretU tigo in the thehome thebome thehome
home has basa a varied assortment of tea teaepwns teaS teagpwn
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gowns that have seen een their best days Is Isto isto isto
to transform them into tea gowns The Theskirts Theskirts
skirts of two old white satin dresses dressesmay dressesmay dressesmay I
may be cleaned then cut Empire style styleThe 11tylThe styleThe
The Empire sash below the bust line linewill linewill I
will hide the th seam joining the bodice bodiceand bodiceand bodiceand
and skirt and may be of two or more morecolors morecolors morecolors
colors preferably of some soft s > tt fabric fabricor
or of wide embroidery The real Em Empire Empire ¬
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inaterial xinaterlal aterPi1 the twdrto twd to be joined at atthe the theelbow theelbow
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spend on the luxuries of life might find findsome findsomeuseul findsome
some someuseul useful suggestions in a descrip deseription description eserlption ¬
tion of the under linen prepared for a aroyal aroyal aroyal
royal bride In Germany It was in sets setseach sets setseach setseach
each set differently embroidered with witha
a lllght of swallows or a spray of flow flowers fiowens flowers ¬
ers The night dresses were made with withvery withery withvery
very ery high collars tied with long bows bowsof bowsat bowsof
of ribbon the fronts being of embroid embroidered embroidered embroidered ¬
ered linen and strips of Insertion The Thechemises Thechemises Thewchemises
chemises had no sleeves or even shoul shoulder shoulder shoulder ¬
der straps They were made to go under un under under ¬
der the arms and then tie with narrow narrowsatin narrowsatin narrowsatin
satin ribbons which were easily untied untiedwhen untiedwhen untiedwhen
when worn with a lowcut t dress All Allthe Allthe Allthe
the garments were made of the thin thinnest thinnest thinnest ¬
nest possible material Each one wasworked was wasworked as astorked
worked with a monogram monoBtam This vas
placed ptac on the th left side of the front fro t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the night gowns and in the chemises chemisesIn
In the middle of the front The cam cambric cambric cambrie ¬
bric dressing jackets were almost hid hidden hidden hidden ¬
den by waterfalls of lace Some were wereniade weretnade weremade
made of the lightest of flanneL The Thecambric Thecambric Thecambric
cambric petticoats pettf ats were all trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith trimmedwith
with Brussels Bruss ls lace laceOne laceOCO
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to secure a perfect fit In a transparent transparentyoke transparentIntend transparentyoke
yoke intended Intend to transform an evening eveninggown evenInggown eveninggown
gown into a day frock For this very verynecessary verycessary verynecessary
necessary part of your wardrobe a lit little llttie little ¬
tle bodice of moussellne de sole should shouldbe
be the basis The The bodice should be bemade bemade bemade
made with orie QneJtront front and two back backp backpHf backptgcesapd1shonld
p pHf ptgcesapd1shonld ceSuapd g dLstonldTeach shonld reach six Inches be beIQJV 00lQvt below
low lQvt the irmgnd rJP rte andfasten ndf fasten sten at the back It
should fit perfectly p rfecUY at the shoulder and andunder andunder andunder
under arm seams This point secured securedcarefully secur securedcarefully d dcarefullY
carefully lay the lace over over ver the little littlebodice littlebodice littlebodice
bodice You will then have a trans transparent transparent transparent ¬
parent yoke that fits perfectly The Theneck Theneck Theneck
neck may be finished with a band or orwith orwith orwith
with the lace arranged to form a square squareabout squareabout squareabout
about the neck n k kFor
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For traveling In mountain regions regionsthere regionsthere regionsthere
there Is nothing more useful than a agown agown agown
gown of soft Scotch woolen stuff 01 01Irish orIrish ofIrish
Irish tweed Both fabrics will stand standany standan standany
any an amount of hard wear ear The tea teabrown tearown teabrown
brown rown fabrics should always be mad madtvery madvery madevery
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shaped flounces ilo n es They are relo so cut how
ever that all the spring comes frqm frqmthe figmthe rqmthe
the knee which hlch glues almost the ap appearance a apearance ap appearance ¬
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will be a feature of the trimming on onearly onearly onearly
early fall hats
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