All color  combinations  in the above fabric are
exceptionally  smart.     This  fine  line and leaf
motif follows  the trend  sponsored by  leading
French fabric designers. It is admirably adapted
to the youthful pajama mode.
Brushed effects are advancing fashionwise. This
type of  larger print  is now being used  for chil-
dren's  wear as  well as  for  women's  and  girls'
moring dresses. Skillful placing of black accents
makes it a very wearable pattern.
Three  fashion  points are  shown in  the fabric
above.  It is new   in weave,  modern  in design,
and it  uses brown  with white . . . a color  com-
bination that continues in high favor.  Excellent
for girls' blouses, children's or women's dresses.
Notice this new fabric particularly.  It is a light-
weight adaptation of the waffle weave advanced
late  last spring.  It is not  easily crushable.  The
design  shown  recommends  itself to  high style
treatment for children's wear or blouses.
Polka dots, fashion analysts say, are becoming
almost as  standard as floral prints.  The above
weave and weight  fill the autumn demands for
a heavier fabric for little boys' waists and little
girls' dresses and underwear.
The  corded  weave  again!   It tailors  well  and it
does not crush easily.   A feeling of  quaint charm
is preserved in its decidedly modern floral mono-
tone.    This  special  red  with  an  orange  cast is
favored both for children and grown-ups.


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