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FASHION OF THE WEEK. I

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FASHION OF THE WEEK. I A DAINTY SUMMER FROCK. I [E. 256.] gown for /till summer wear is already I [E. 256.] variety of style, colour, end prioe. Every West-End shop with any pretension to smartftess is full of these gowns, each, is tempVd to think, prettier and smarter than the The great ma j ority of tlnrse new gown# are quite simple ih shape, and depend for their ex- treme smartness of effect upon their beauty of material, their ele g aasee of line, and their c h arm an d originality oi desi g n. They are carrie d out in all sorts: of materialsâfou- lard, Georgette, crepe <5e Chine, osflton crepe, sponge cloth, chiarmeuse, mifc&lni, voile, and half a dozen other pretty fabrics. One of the most successfu l s h own this week is sketched in our illustration. This is a very simple gown, but it is distinctly original in design, an d has a grace of line that is most charming. This frock is car- ried out in very pale grey Geor g ette, but the idea might be worked out with complete success in an y of the materialls mentioned above, whilst the colour, of course, is a matter for individual choice. This froc k is a one-piece model, the front of which is carried in an unbroken line from neck to hem. The corsage is ver y plain an d flat. It is cut out in a fairly deep round at the neck, an d the edg» is orna- mented by little motifs worked in black. matter for individual choice. 9d.; patterns cut to special rne gown for ftill siimnwr wear is alreadf comes a plain transparent collar of the palest grey chiffon, the ends of wh ic h are caught in front by a pretty jade ornament. A wide band of lace, dyed to match the material, is inserted into the corsa g e just above the waist, and ends on each side of simple in Fhape, and depend for their ex- bon comes at the bottom of this lace an d of material, their eleg-aisee of tine, aaet their e charm and. origiiiilit; I design. They are carried out in all sorts: of materialff-fou- with jade (black and white ) beads and weighted by a handsome tassel A ver y vide band of the grey lace is let into the skirt immediately above the broad hem. !veek is .I-etehed in our illustration. This cept just across the middle of the front. The sleeves are cut in one with the dress They that io most charming. This frock is car- bands of the grey lace. above, Nvhilst the colour, of course, is a This frock is a one-piece mode4,, the front of which is carried in an unbroken line from neck to hem. The corsage, is very plain and flat. It is cut out in a fairly deep round at the neck, and the edge is orna- ried out in very pale grey Georgette, but the idea might be worked out with complete mented by little motifs worked in black. caught in front by a pretty jade ornament Som which fall long cords, each threaded with jade (black and white) beads and weighted by a handsome tassel. A very ?Se band of the grey lace is let into the Bkirt immediateh ?ove the broad hem. This skirt iN gathered round the waist, ex- white, an? jade green. Over th?se mot? ? justacro? the middle of the front. The comes a plain transparent co?ar of the sleeves are cut in one ,with the dress. They palest grey chinon, the ends of which are S?he front, and nnishes in J???? are short and loose, and are finished by A wide band of lace, dyed to match the matErial, is inserted into the corsage just above the waist, and ends on each side of the front A narrow jade green velvet rib- bon comes at the bottom of this lace and Mi?s Lisle, 8, La Belle Sauvage, London? f?ms the girdle. It, too, ends on each side E.C. 4. Note: The price  vary from week to week. Stand a meat or fruit pie in a larger Is. l?d. Enclose remittance and addres& t bands of the grey lace. Paper patterns can be supplied for Home Dressmaking, 9d.; patterns cut to special measure. Is. 6d.; and Fashion of the ?Yeek,

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