[image: sketches of five women in, you know, outfits.]
From left to right:
Nothing made of duvetyn can fail to be becoming. From the scarf collar of this beige duvetyn topcoat above, folding high about the throat, to the hem, every line is exactly as it should be.
Especially for the slender girl is this black taffeta daytime dress at left with the unusual skirt treatment.
The cossack or tunic below is of white voile stitched in yellow. It would be equally good in Georgette crepe.
Equally good in linen would be the frock at right, here designed of dotted blue foulard, with narrow underskirt.
Taffeta makes an idea summer wrap. The coat at right above, of rose-colored taffeta with cool gray lining, [illegible] in graceful folds about the fortunate weare, with a high collar [illegible].
From Good Housekeeping, June 1919.