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Bolero effects continue in

style, and a particularly pleasing exponent of this fashion is pictured here in a combination of blue-andgreen mixed suiting and darkblue velvet followed by green fibre braid in open-work pattern, a blouse of soft white silk blending harmoniously. The waist or bodice included in the costume is gathered at the neck and blouses prettily, closing invisibly at the centre. The bolero is rounding in front, where a rosette gives a finishing touch. The sleeves disclose puffs, arranged on the lining, that droop over cuffs supporting turn-overs, and the standing collar exhibits a similar adornment.

The skirt, in three-piece style, flares fashionably at the foot, and the fulness at the back is removed in an inverted box-plait. A strapbelt completes this jaunty

costume.

Red-and-black checked goods in association with black velvet and braid would be chic with a blouse of old-ivory Louisine. Snowflake effects in blue and white are also stylish. Serge, cheviot, novelty suitings and tailor goods are adapted to the mode.

FIGURES 197 G, 198 G, 199 G, 200 G, 201 G. (Illustrated on Page 727.)

FIGURE 197 G.-LITTLE GIRLS' OR BOYS' COAT: representing pattern 6345, price 6d. or 15 cents; 8 sizes, 2 to 9 years; shown also on page 740.

ture of the back of the mode, and also of the front, where a double-breasted closing is effected with buttons and buttonholes. Linings support the drooping sleeves, which are decorated with turn-back cuffs, and the use of the belt, held

in place by straps, is optional. A standing band on which is mounted a rolling collar completes the neck.

For general utility melton in a brilliant claret tint is advised, with black taffeta bands. Moiré is stylish, and broadcloth has too many admirers to lose favor.

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FIGURE 196 G.-This illustrates a MISSES' COSTUME.-The
pattern is No. 6361, price, 1s, or 25 cents.
(Described on this Page.)

Velvet has been conceded to be the most popular fabric for top garments, as is well attested by current styles. The coat exhibited here is fashioned of black velvet, with bands of stitched taffeta affording the decoration, the buttons being of dull black enamel, and is equally appropriate for little people of both sexes. Underfolded box-plaits held in lace by unique straps that head shoulder caps are a fea

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THE DELINEATOR

(Skirt 6290)

DESCRIBED ON PAGES 730 AND 731

FIGURE 206 G

(Dress 6372)

NOVEMBER, 1902

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