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Philadelphia Inquirer (Newspaper) - October 24, 1915, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Philadelphia incl Tyrer. Sunday morning. October 24, 1915 # in n a a s Vii a new we a middy Fok the morning. Warm enough for Winter Wear of heavy White Galatea. With sex. Agg rated pockets. Buttoned to Blouse with $ Broad straps. On pockets Are embroideries in a it color. Representing some chosen sports in this $ instance Golf. Blouse has Graceful turnover Collar and laces at front with White Cotton braid. A ii j a Al the matinee n a boar it la a Sis fit Jet is i Dainty Blouse for the matinee of fresh a cred Georgette crepe embroidered in self tone Yoke Ato sleeves Are of lace Over flesh / tinted Chiffon deep cuffs of crepe Are at tac hed with he stitching. Yoke and lace Vest Are set into the crepe in same Dainty fashion. Buttons give touch of contrast. Is is Wun non Wynn non own n a xxx a a a it % twi is Vins Niv Nvvf Vav Quot a Quot Vvs Quot a Vav v dance frock of White tulle with Wing draperies Over hips and adorable bodice of peach Pink Pussy Willow silk draped into a Bow below the bust. Tulle flounces Are bound with peach Pink velvet to match bodice. Very wide skirt. V Quot i 7 a Illers and dance frocks for the Debi tante by Usy times these for the Debutante and her Mother shopping times with appointments at the tailors and the dressmakers i every Day visits to the specially shops where Little frocks and t blouses maj be picked up in suitable styles and All ready to 1 \ Ery simple lines that conform to the seasons Silhouette i. E., close bodice swathed Throat Long sleeves and a skirt flaring widely below he Belt. Such a frock in Black or Navy Blue velvet is enchanting on a slip restaurant frock for the Debutante. Over a skirt of Pale Buff Satin Nocturne is topped a tunic of Golden Brown indestructible voile distended slightly at Edge with Fea Erbone. This Light hoop is hidden under deep hem of Krown velvet and there is a flounce of velvet headed with Beaver fur. Bodice of indestructible voile has a crossed Sash of velvet and a touch of Beaver on Collar. Slip into dashes Uptown and downtown in limousine or taxi and usually luncheon partaken of in some Tea room or restaurant near the shopping District for the debut Ift a entire wardrobe for the coming Campaign and the wardrobe of her Mother also must be planned and provided before a a the real business of the season begins. There will be no time later in the whirl of social affairs of letters and invitations to be answered of gifts to be acknowledged to put the mind seriously on questions of wardrobe. The Debutante must be outfitted from top to toe or to be literal from hat to Boot with smart and Correct clothes that shall last her until after the holidays at least. Smart clothes Are easy enough to buy in Manhattan the shops abound with them and the dressmakers Are Only too willing to turn them out but Correct clothes Are another matter. Ujj Correct the Debutante must be Correct to the last detail of attire. Her raiment must express youth but it must also express distinction. It May be just a wee bit extreme because she is Young and pretty and Gay but it must not be too extreme for it will be adjudged by those most conventional sticklers for propriety the dowager who uphold exclusiveness of class. Woe to the Little Debutante whose manners or whose modes offend those fastidious critics. The Debutante just emerging from the simplicity of a schoolgirl wardrobe might Well be overwhelmed at the sartorial splendor to which she has now fallen Mieir. At least three smart Tailleur must she have one for Trot about Wear one for informal afternoon Wear and one for formal occasions the latter will probably be of velvet. There must also be provided a Rich coat for Wear Over afternoon frocks a coat that May be worn on the Street or in a limousine with equal Grace. Then there will be one or two pretty wraps for evening Wear wraps of handsome material but coquettish rather than stately in character. F i. Of frocks there will be a score Trotter frocks of Serge and the admirable worsted and mohair mixture for morning frocks of velvet of Pussy Willow silk and of soft Satin Nocturne or Satin Debutante for the afternoon and frocks of tulle and Dainty Silks for dancing Wear enough of these to last through a season of strenuous modern dances. A pm i there will be Negligee too ravishing affairs of Chiffon and lace touched a Faith fur and there will be quantities of exquisite lingerie luxurious a grown up lingerie to which the simply dressed Young school girl might never aspire. Incidentals such As blouses neckwear veils gloves and the like must be added to this extensive wardrobe also and so within the space of a few weeks. No wonder the Debutante and her Mamma Are Busy these Days Black velvet is not any longer the Peculiar property of the Down Ager. Everybody wears velvety even the Debutante under Twenty but velvet for youth has a Youthful style quite unlike Ike impressiveness of velvet for Middle age. Velvet frocks for Young girls Are Cut on so. A a Kyj mass Obi of a girl particularly if she have fair Fluffy hair. Plum coloured velvet and Brown velvet Are also favored for Debutante Wear and in All cases lines Are kept simple almost severe to enhance by their simplicity together with the Rich fabric used the youth and freshness of the wearer. A charming velvet frock for a december Debutante is of Black Chiffon velvet with a Ripple skirt tucked from Waistline to knee at either Side. Peplum of the velvet fall at Back and front Over the skirt meeting the groups of tucks at each Side. The bodice fastens Down the Back and is Plain but gracefully full at the front. It has Long sleeves and a High draped Collar which fastens at one Side under an ornament of Gold lace. A similar Gold lace ornament fastens the draped Belt also at one Side. A Tailleur of Royal Blue velvet for a Debutante of this Winter has just been completed by Chervit. There is a Short Ripple skirt of the velvet revealing the a buttoned Boot almost to its cloth top. Over this skirt not into a belts is gathered a Chemise bodice of Cream filet lace veiling of flesh toned indestructible voile. The lace drops just below the Waistline and to it is attached a deep hem of the Blue velvet. The Loose tunic is confined at the Waist by a Girdle of steel beads. The Mode of the moment close Little bodice and widely flaring skirt expresses itself most definitely in the moments dance frock a a where it can have free swing. Street costumes must be More or less conservative but a dance frock May be As Gay As it pleases and this years dance frocks especially for the Debutante Are very Gay indeed. Light hoops of Feather one Are run into lace and silk petticoats to make tulle dancing skirts stand out coquettish by from the feet and some of the tulle skirts Are looped up into a a wings at the hip an invisible support of crinoline and Feather one holding out the bouffant drapery. With these excessive skirts bodices Are As close and Small As May be so that the figure above the Waist looks Dainty and diminutive. A sleeves Are omitted from the dance frock or Are added in almost transparent Guise. The Debutante is not supposed to Wear a pronounced Decolle Tage but some of this year s dance frocks would hardly come up to the requirements of modesty adhered to by our Grandmamma. V charming dance frocks Are of pastel tinted Pussy Willow taffeta or the same taffeta in Floral printings with numberless tiny ruffles and cording on the skirt and a bodice rounded out to show a quaint Little Tucker of net this also rounded out to show dimpled neck and boulders. For Wear Over a Little frock of this sort made of Apple Blossom Pink Pussy Willow is a be ruffled coat of Pearl faille Cla Sique which has a wide double ruffle All around the Edge up the fronts and around the neck. Double ruffles on the sleeves too. This enchanting coat slopes downward toward the Back and under the rippled Edge shows the lining of Pussy Willow poster print design in shades of Pale Pink and Green. Wool fringe edging skirt and Belt gives new note to dashing suit for Young girl. Suit is of dark Blue mohair and worsted rep. With High Collar of Blue velvet and braid motifs on front and hip. Many buttons add to the dash ing effect which is Semi military. J l. It

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