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The San Francisco call. [volume] (San Francisco [Calif.]) 1895-1913, November 27, 1910, Image 17

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The San Francisco Sunday Call.
Woman's
Section
THE SMARTEST FASHIONS OF WELL DRESSED
FOLK
DEAR ELEANOR:. ,\u25a0 .: :>\u25a0'\u25a0 -v .f ', ' ; :,: v- ;.:-^. '
- -":' : : Sueh • a-pretty picture as I saw this, afternoon ! \ Not in an art gallery,;,
but in the boudoir | of my friend Dorothy Satterthwaite— Dotty Diniple lw'
used to call her. -Such a happy-go-lucky, flyaway girlie as she still is s afters two -
.years of married life! And'the precious Dorothy junior promises to be just like, her. ;
'.I spent quit© an hourgazing in rapt attention at the 'neatly; blue : clad; nurse,;.
Wth her stiff white cap and apron and collar, and at the "lingerie baby,^as ; l^call^
her.' As usual, she was in one'of the embroidery r trimnied frocks, with deep flounces, .;;
fthat mother Dotty loves, andlshe was just asipretty as "the traditional picture. %
Dotty herself was all in gray cashmere :: two shades of gray, the; lighter on the
(front of the bodice and the darker in a sort of bolero effect and on the trained Bkirt.\
{Black satin formed a tunic edge (fastened with tiny satin buttons and loops) and ,
•turnback cuffs, also the high girdle. v The ]undersleeves, by the way, were double,
lone of white pique and one of the'lighter gray cashmere. The low neck was finished
'by a row of dots darned in white cotton. /
Wasn't. she bewitching?* Or, rather, don't you think she- must have been?
• fell in bye with baby and mother all over again. U . :, /
Goodby, my dear. Write soon. -Your devoted > \u25a0 \u25a0"•; MADGE.

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