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Graeve, Oscar (ed.) / Delineator
Vol. 119, No. 1 (July, 1931)

[Delineator fashions],   pp. 24-27 PDF (1.9 MB)


Page 27

JULY, 1931
THE FORMAL EVENING SILHOUETTE FOLLOWS
NATURAL LINES
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BRIGHT EMERALD CREPE
4001 Easy to wear-trite as It is to say
so, it's so true of this frock that it must
be said. A draped neckline, the sugges-
tion of blousing, and a gracefully full
ankle-length skirt are universally becom-
ing. An the color, bright emerald, is
high evening fashion. For 36, 4% yards
30-inch crepe.  Designed for 32 to 44.
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SMART WHITE LACE
3990 Fashion is not a bit arbitrary
about this matter of skirt lengths for eve-
ning. Yours can just escape the floor or
swish the ankles as this one does. Either
is correct. Both are smart. This frock
has an off-center dcollet4 with the scarf,
a chic note, floating behind. For 36, 4%/
yards 35-inch lace. Designed for 32 to 44.
FASHIONS CONTINUED
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3985
GLEAMING BLACK SATIN
3985 Having seen the twin to this
uplift frock in black satin, we can't see
it in anything else now. Its long, slim,
beltless, figure-fitting lines are marvelous
in satin. With brilliant bracelets and a
crystal clasp where the bust is defined, the
effect is superb. For 36, 5% yards 35
to 39-inch satin. Designed for 32 to 40.
ON PAGES 72-75
throughout the world at prices given on page 78
BUTTERICK PATTERNS with the DELTOR PICTURE INSTRUCTIONS for cutting and making may be purchased at leading stores
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