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November 16, 1938 - Image 7

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Brimless Hats
Are Featured
New'Colorful Shades Offer
Chic Contrast To Furs

Rare Furs Are Chosen
For Formal Evenings
Ermine, sable, mink and silver fox
are among the furs chosen this year
for formal evening wraps. Ermine is
used in jackets and as as accent on
long black velvet wraps. Silver fox

Square-Shouldered Box Jacket



With the influx of smart furs for in a dolman cape is a striking new
the winter season, there is a definite- favorite.
ly new trend in hat styles. "Les cha- Russian lynx, paler th,.n ordinary
peaux" for mademoiselle this season lynx, makes a fluffy finger-tip length
are characterized by their lack of cape which contrasts effectively with
brims, a dusky evening gown.
The latest idea along this line is-
what the milliner terms "Jewel new version of the well-known silk
tones." The new "six delicious flav- jersey.
ors" featured in these hats are Ameri- Not only are the hats different in
can beauty, fuschia, royal grape wine, hue and material for this mid-season,
redberry, and honey. These colorful but they have also adopted new
shades contrast beautifully with furs shapes, such as the Watteau, which
of all sorts. is a French copy, and the Shako,
The materials in the hats are as 'which has feather hackle pads of
new as the colors. Bagheera is similar multi-coloring. Turbans, pillboxes,
to uncut velvet, and Alex jersey is a and bumper brims are also featured.


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Worn Over Pencil-Slim Skirts
Australian 'Possum are lots of those too. Natural Ocelot
Soft White Lamb bound with black broad-cloth makes
up a very attractive jacket. It has a
d In New Fashion turned back collar bound in the
broadcloth and buttons down the
By HELEN BRADY front. This, too, is hip length.
cy fur jackets are the smart- Unusual is the baby bear fur jac-
trend in fur styles this year. ket. Finger tip length, it is very full
ong-haired furs in square- in back and has a collar tied with a
ed boxy jackets are com- string. A very out-of-the-ordinary
'ith pencil skirts, pert doll jacket is the new Polar wolf. It has
aristocratic toques and large no collar, is very high in the neck
or the new fashion silhouette. and has raglan sleeves.
w favorite with the well- Quilted broadtail is ultra-smart.
women this year is the white A jacket of this order which we
is very soft and fleecy look- know you would love to count among
one is three quarters length your possessions is "plump and
raglan sleeves, and ties at pneumatic." It has no collar, a high
in a loose knot of the fur. neck and box shoulders. The sleeves
fect for very dressy occasions are full. It's another hip lengther.
certainly make a hit where- Skunk is very good this year,
n. especially the South American var-
er three quarters length jac- iety. This type has the white stripes
tore practical use is the Aus- left in. They call it "bulky zarrine."
opossum. It is very bulky It too is hip length, has full sleeves
turned down collar and box and is sans buttons.
It buttons down the front
d cardigan fashion, the band
ray wool. A grey wool box Jewelry Lends Chic
skirt would make this a very
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Baum Martin makes a very at-
tractive jacket, especially if it is
sable-dyed. One like this with box
shoulders and full sleeves is most
chic for daytime and informal even-
ing wear. It is waistline length and
fastens invisibly at the neck.
Another hip length jacket is in
natural red fox. The fox is swirled
around the arms in bands. It has
those new sleeves of not-quite-wrist
length and is very soft and alluring.
If you perfer a fitted jacket, there
'A New Vienna' Is Subjeet
Of Lane Hall Talk Tonight
Prof. Earl S. Wolaver of the Law
School, who has, recently returned
from a visit to Europe, will speak on
"A New Vienna As Seen by An Ameri-
can" at an Association Fireside to be
held at 8 p.m. tonight at Lane Hall.
Firesides are held weekly by the
Student Religious Association to give
students the opportunity to meet and
talk with members of the faculty.

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Furs This Season
With the new luxurious furs,
heavy jewelry adds a distinctive note
of elegance. Gold is particularly
lovely with black furs such as seal-
skin, pony, skunk, and Persian lamb.
Wide bracelets are featured in dull
mottled gold set with vari-colored
l stones or with ebony.
Large brooches and pins of gold,
which were favorites with Grand-
mother, are with us again. Matching
bracelets and clips are favorites with
evening as well as afternoon furs.
Rhinestone jewelry is also popular
with the dressier furs.
The present trend in jewelry seems
to be toward heavier pieces. Heavy
necklaces are worn underneath col-
lars on wool or crepe dresses, and
they add to the casualness of specta-
tor furs. Clustered brown and coral
or multi-colored beads on a gold
chain brighten furs in shades of

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Skyrocketing to new
heights. This finely tailored
Hudson seal-dyed Muskrat
is deeper and richer in color
tone. Its superb styling and
adaptability make it a sea-
son favorite.
Popularly priced front.. .





Luxury fashion . . . low
priced! Infinitely wearable
day and night-choose your
fur jacket here today! Broad
shouldered and bulky in
natural or tipped skunk.
Many styles.
Priced from . . .
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