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IS GREEN UNLUCKY p FASHION FAVOURS IT-WOMAN ASKS SHALL SHE WEAR IT. FOR FROCKS AND HATS. Is green unlucky? j Many women are asking the question now that Dame Fashion has decreed that greens of ail kinds aj-e to take a prominent place amongst the many bewildering and beautiful colours of tho approaching autumn and winter seasons. In West End shops greens are shown in every shade, from the palest cau-de-nil to. the deepest emerald. They include moss greens, grass greens, salad and lettuce greens, saga gr,uew, and bottle greens. NOT LIKED ON THE STAG For years women! have been wary of choosing an all-green gown, this feeling been born of a vag-uo idea. that the wearing of green fo e- bodes some ill-luck. Many girls would not even 0 sarr' gr,,en hat for th 'o reason: "All theatrical people condemn green as be- itijg unlucky," said a London actress to a "Daily Mirror" reporter. "They dread a par- ticular colour scheme of green to be included in the upholstery of a scene, or to be intro- duced largely into the dresses. As for deli- berately choosing green to wear on the stage, they would not think of it." West End drapers, with their establishments stocked with all the latest shades of green, which appear in hats, dresses, coats, boas, and trimmings, have anxiously awaited the decision of the world of women as to whether it would acoept the decree of fashion or bow down to old superstition. NAVY BLUES OUSTED. "A few ladies still object to green, thinking it uriltick id .y. Sal a West Etid draifier to the "Daily Mirror," "but it is proved that super- stition counts for nothing when fashion leads by the fact that wo are selling as many green costumes; and coats as of the same garments in browns and other shades. "Dark greens will quite take the place of the hitherto popular navy blue during the com- ing winter." "We are selling more hats in green than in any other shade," an Oxford-street milliner stated, "in fact we are all the time replenish- ing our stock- "There would be a great many unlucky peo- ple in the world this winter if the old super- stition were true."