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Clotilde 3343; Advertised in the Chicago Tribune, July/August 1928; An important jabot adorns this simple but smart dress of printed Celanese voile, with inverted tucks at either shoulder to add extra fullness to the bodice.  The attached skirt has cluster plaits at either side of the front.  You'll like it immensely made of printed silk crepe, with the jabot, collar, rever facing, cuffs and belt made of plain crepe in a harmonizing shade.  Printed georgette crepe, lettuce green flat silk crepe, navy blue georgette crepe, Nile green flat washable silk crepe, printed pique with plain blonde crepe satin with the dull surface used for jabot, revers, collar and rose colored crepe de chine are chic and serviceable.

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