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Reiser, Winifred / Your millinery
([1949])

Chapter eight: The toque,   pp. 87-96 PDF (2.3 MB)


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        CHAPTER EIGHT: THE TOQUE 
 ofa toque the average woman would say that it is a round, 
   ined e supported in this deintonbteditonary. 
   Thisdecitohwvrisbypeetdysadr, 
neithersufiinl accurate not opeesv.Tetqews 
perhaps, orgnly abrimless hat: tisisno longer soas many 
cos-itn as to appear to be part of tecrown. Also, the 
   chieof material for the toque is o longer so restricted as 
it was; silks, satins, taffetas, straws and felts, are all used. 
  The term toque is, then, a purelyariayonwchs 
applied to a very wide range of smallhasmnyowicar 
    scaldfor the lack of another name. 
  begnne. tcan be made from one yard of any silkmilnr 
  fomthe right ageof the tragethus cut big12in. in 
at teegjutcut, to awidthof 31in. and cutthis srpof 
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