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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1911)
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Suit of black velvet,
with trimming! of
ckunk fur nd braid
Collar in white ratine.
Model by DrecolL
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A tailored costume in brown cloth.
Revr'and bottom of eklrt
in striped cloth. Model by Green.
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S fall and winter suits.' Coats are longer ; revers are dark blue ratine, which shows a-shawl collar and hem
broader; the military effect appears to a marked band of opossum. This also carries out the military note
degree ; bright shades of velvet are used for collar and in r2 fastening.
cuffs with somber tones of cloth; there is a marked A combination of plain and striped cloth is seen
fondness for stripes, and the jabot of lace or embroid- in a model by Green. The coat and upper portion of
ery is to be worn with nearly all coat suits. Then, too, the skirt are of plain brown cheviot, while the applied
all skirts are cut wide at the hem, but they will continue collar and the bottom of the skirt are of striped cloth in
to hold the straight-line effect and will cling to the tones of brown.
figure about the hips and waist. Laborde gives us three chic models. Turquoise
Every day brings out new models which are decid- cloth constitutes the costume which has the coat cut
edly wider; frequently this effect is obtained by having with a surplice point lapping over in front and fastened
the skirt slit up several inches from the hem and intro- with large turquoise buttons. The collar is of black satin
ducing a tunic underskirt, which is revealed when the embroidered in tones of blue and threads of gold,
wearer walks. Double and triple skirts will also be Note the braided buttonholes, the ornament under
worn, but they will in every instance preserve the the arms and the wide lace jabot.
straight clinging line. Fur is a prominent factor in the A dark-green velvet collar and fancy brown-and-
npuw tncia ' green buttons trim the suit built of invisible striped
newest moaeis. . cloth showing two tones of brown. Applied bands of
At the private views held by the arbiters of fash- bayadere stripes are used with good effect on coat
ion here in Pans, when their safely guarded secrets, are an ekirt.
shown only to the elect, this note is especially strong. The ' gray-and-black stripes on the cloth suit are
A Drecoll model of black velvet has a variety of accentuated by the introduction of brilliant cerise velvet
trimming; skunk fur is on the collar and hem, silk on the narrow collar and cuffs.
braid on the cuffs and in little flat-Fooped bows at the Trust our tailors to bring out something startling
opening in the back, again on the skirt, and elaborately in color combinations and in the application of stripes;
corded frogs, which lend a military uir, besides 'serving yet this suit is the very acme of smartness when worn
as fastenings. with black-and-white striped furs and a big black Velvet
This same general plan is carriuJ out on the suit of chapeau.
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