Madame Weigel's 3469; published in Madame Weigel's Journal of Fashion September 1, 1910; Young lady's bodice, with separate guimpe. This favourite style of bodice will be very much in evidence for the next few months. The separate guimpe with the square yoke of lace, and sleeve attached, is pretty and convenient, and serves to enhance the over-bodice. The latter is cut in one piece, and closes at the back. A braided band, a band of contrasting material or of insertion trims the upper part and the short sleeve.

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