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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Happy Devices of Color anJ Line for the "Jeanne Fille" of Today, With Interesting Suggestions on Combina- C3 O tion Effects, Frock of While and Gray Chiffon Velvet. Vestee of While Chiffon. By Mme. Frances The Famous Creator of Fashions QIIE who holds within her soul the ij golden gift of youth, the clear-eyed courage that looks upon life, with lips athirst to drink it at its-full, should be dressed to dramatize this youth, this charm, which the eyes of age regard so wistfully, prayerfully wishing that the radiance might not be dimmed. Youth should be dressed to emphasize the loveliness of youth. Type and color- ing count for much, but youth is youth whether blonde or brunette and a young girl's clothes should feature this idea'of youth. How many, many times girls dress too old. Elaboration is not for youth. That may follnw with sophistication, but "la jeune filte" should, above all things, recognize the Value of plicity of line and trimming. Colors may be dark or blue.or brown may be as youthful as cie! or pink. It is the lino that counts in dressing the buoyancy of youth. Youth answers to vivid pink is youth's very, .very own. Fresh complexions find an answer- ing note in the rosy reflection of pink- pink of almost any shade. Light blue, mauve, yellow and orange are effective backgrounds for youthful loveliness, and, horizon and old blue are ideal foils for the youthful blonde or brunette. For sports wear the brilliant shades of orange and cerise; turquoise and the darker green blues are good. Silver and gold trimming and elaborate brocades, however lovely' these fabrics may be, are not generally sujUble for the young girl, with the exception wrought with white, which is extremely' effective on a debutante, particularly if she is a blonde. The silver must not, how- ever, overwhelm her.. It should be used with discretion. It may be employed In the form of sheer lace wrought with silver or u bandings of silver on net, and in sil- ver ribbon girdles and sashes, lovely color for a girl and orchid, especially in taffeta or char- is exquisitely charming. sis MS] Sft; i m Wrap of Maive Changeable TafTela, with Flowers of Same Taffeta and Edging of Fox Fiir. Bits of old lace muy be employed on the young girl's costum'e, garnished with bows of old blue ribbon and dainty pastel flow- ers. A gown of pale pink taffeta or chif- fon may carry a pinafore of Silver lace, garlanded with ribbons in shades of tur- quoise and green with flowers in mauve and pale yellow. All the pastel tones belong to youth for afternoon and evening wear. For the street there is nothing so lovely on a young blonde as gray. She will appear more striking in black and never more pairitable than in black velvet. The darker tones of brown, wood and seal are ideal street shades for the youthful blonde or brunette navy, blue, of course. The gowns illustrated lire designed for a girl's -street suit-for morning wear, an afternoon gown, an evening dress and.wrap. For the morn- ing and general wear there is a charming little black velvet suil. The skirt may carry a jumper of velvet and make this n three-piece suit, solving the problem of a velvet dress with wrap lo match. The skirt is plain but for a few gathers at the waist. The short jacket flares at the sides and ripples a bit at the back in a lino that swings loosely from the shoulder. It is lined'with ivory" white charmeusc satin. Two bound buttonholes with a. sash of vel- vet running through and falling .on either side of the front offers the characteristic trimming of this suit, whose sheer vest 13 while Georgette crepe and Val. lace. The small round collar and turned back cuffs are also Val. and Georgette. The lingerie collar is almost n necessity on a young girl's frock until she has gradu- ated ialo young ladyhood, and even Ihcu there is nothing more lovely than sheer French mulle in that pale ivory tone, com1 'bined with Val. lace or a bit of fine Irish crochet. Thia blouse and the collars and cuffs would be lovely devel- oped in batiste or mullc and Val. lace. The sleeves of this suit are three-quartcrlength, reaching just below the c-l. bow. White suede or glace kid gloves wrinkled a la mousquctaire are worn with this suit. In the afternoon gown of gray velvet combined with white charmeuse youth finds a perfect background, The chavm of this gown lies both in Its line and color, but to the line goes the vote individuality, so cleverly ia the gray velvet laid on the while chRrmcuse and so perfectly winds the lemon yel- low girdle around the slrtider waist The skirt is cut in one with two pieces that run parallel inj.' to the round neckline, where Ihey describe a flat circle that reaches just below the col- umn of the neck. The bands of gray velvet are divided by a titiy vest of white chiffon ruHled with gray lace, The sash carries lines of zlg-iiag em- broidery in two tones of blue green, which in exceedingly lovely with yellow. Two heavy tassels of graychcnillehavothc shades of lemon green and yeJlovv workcti into them. The alccvesr'pf this gown arc be- coming lo youthful rounded arms. Cut kimono, they .the 'lihoulder (he curve for the selling of an oval, youth- ful face. Ivory white velvet makes Ihe brim and crown wKich is encircled with Pink Tulk Over Water- melon Pink, with Mauve Ruffles, Edged in Silver. gray fur. A' tiny fold of velvet ties around the base of the crown. Fink is youth's own and the evening gown illustrated Is exquisitely roseate. First, there is a sheath slip of watermelon pink .charriicuse satin. Over thia la laid another slip of pink chiffon and then, loye- of the lovely, is an overdress of crisp pink (ullc, that lakes its inspiration from Velasquez and is supplied with horsehair braid on Ihe sides to hold it out, letting the fulness fall more flatly to the figure back and front. In malting the gowns .that carry this new silhouette, horsehair braid is inserted on the wrong side only across the hip lines. Pinkish mauve adds another note qt pink to the sequence of this color in this gown. The bodice of pink tulle has a full ruffle running from the centre front over each shoulder to the centre back. A nar- row bind or fold of silver runs on the edge of this ruftlc. A garland of pink mauve flowers follows the lead of this "V" ruffle and Ihe modeste is puffed tulle strapped with silver. The girdle of this dress is especially lovely. It hugs the figure closely because a small waistline is a necessary feature of gowns made with the distended skirt. At the top of the girdle a band of turquoise blue ribbon ties in a perky bow at the cen- tre front. Below this turquoise runs a line of pink which is silver edited, arid the lower line is palo orange, whose flame tone finds pink within its depths, Below the girdle runs a ruffle of pink tulle with sil- ver folds or aa they are called in the workroom. The crisp skirt wears first a garland of flowers, then a ruflle. A line of silver fol- lows, and bcjow this B band of pinkish mauve Lulle is inserted In lines of silver. Then follows on the edge a binding of pink charmcusc. The Fashion Forecast Qvertlouses thai teach below the tvnifllinc are popular for went wHh suits. Many of than models have short sleeves and "giddy" lillle sashes, Elaborate tin- sel or bead embfolticry characterizes these blouses. ;