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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Modes for 0ie f^itibe Seasmi Demand Fl&Wers af0 Frills Wiih Irinurrma}^ of Brii BagliiO^^R[klto W" -4 pink TftffcU Takes Boms of AD Shadit of Ptnk f�C .; Its Only .; Trimming^ j!>J -.4- Short-Watatoi Frock oif Fnmtk By Mme. .Frances The Famout Creator of FmMomi AT the Christmas season, Trhen tay festivities are the order of the osy. ^ I not infrequently oriirinate some dainty frocks for the 'little sister." Sha delights in such creations. So on this page I illustrate one that I created for a very lovely little girl. Her eyes are a deep blua ' and her fair hair fs flecked with bronze^ The dress is developed in a fine French , blue velvet. It is modelled on the picturesque lines of the famous Kate Greenaway ; drawings. HoweVer, I have not used the 'long skirts in which hl!ar of Pink and White Batiste one that shows a very happy blending of color and material. Black velvet is chosen for the skirt and waist, which are distin-. guished by their extrame plainness. Down the front of the frock is a row of buttons. These, however, are decidedly decorative, for they show a narrow bar of white in the centre flanked by black. Embroidery for Sleeves As so many of my patrons object to sleeves of heavy material in dresses that will see much service in steam-heated apartments, I have substituted white batiste instead of velvet. These, however, are lavishly embroidered in wjiite, and just above the cuffs pink batiste is set in in points. Th9 little turn-back cuffs give a dainty finish. The collar repeata the a^le note of the sleeves, but boasts a f ftrtfaer decoration in the small tie of'French blue velvet. The hat of black velvet echoes *he color of these pointed Inserts, for it is trfmmed'with a gorgeous assem'^ blage of pink roses. One ot^^e most interesting style notes of the season is the extensive uSe of antique accessories. Earrings and jewelry of all kinds, that have been handed .down from one generation to another, are frequently noted at the many social functions that mark the season. Then some of the fans that are carried are exceedingly auaint and have doubtless done, duty in le days of long ago. Worthy of note, too, are the pastel kid gloves, which aj� often preferred to white, for evening wear. IJhose destined for afternoon show many attractive variations, not only in their decoration but atso in their cut. The gauntlet, while it has been approved for general wear when developed in heavy suede or chamois leather, is now made in the finest 8U<;de and kid for afternoon use. Black and white are especially good in the stiff gauntlets. Sometimes a delicate touch of gold embroidery is united with the black or white stitching that appears on the back*. The Fashion Forecast White velvet dinner go