Image from page 737 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)
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Title: The Ladies’ home journal
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Subjects: Women’s periodicals Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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^ our wedding dress is a dream of frothy lace and tulle that need not be put away.(Changing its while satin corselette for a rose-colored satin sash, youll wear it dancingall your lo el) firsl summer. dress to love at sight, a dress to buy or make your-self— well tell sou how. Your veil is short and sweet, your bouquet white roschuds. For further information on our brides dress, ideas for bouquets, headdress, write the Fashion Editor. Ladies Home Journal. T
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lie happiestclothes ofyour life Its a sentimental spring. Sweet blues anmauves, rose-pink and yellow are colors tjlove. Tiny waistlines, romantic full skirand slim basques were made to order ftpretty young brides, and their trousseauYour going-away suit may be your som,thing blue: a lightweight wool mixture, iskirt simple enough for golf, with pink aiwhite sweaters. Your print should be towish—a tie-pattern silk—twice as useful hcause it has three pieces—blouse, skirt ailittle short jacket. And since youve juturned twenty youll want a taffeta dandress, petticoat style, a bathing suit withboned-bodice silhouette, one or two basqor bare-top cottons to wear everywhere .and a short white coat that goes happover everything. A trousseau lithis wont mortgage your futuIts easily planned, easily packaaccessories include two soft strhats, a collection of colored bideaux and silk scarfs, a pairbrown pumps for day and saslippers for evening, straw band sandals, several strandscrystal and mu
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