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Madame Weigel's 3472

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Madame Weigel's 3472; published in Madame Weigel's Journal of Fashion September 1, 1910; Girl's dress, with drawstring at waist. This dress recommends itself particularly to washing fabrics, for it can be so easily laundered. It is made in one, and drawn in at the waist with tapes. There are two inch-wide tucks at the bottom. At the neck the fulness is gathered in to an inner yoke. The pointed collar is trimmed with lace and insertion, and may be adjusted separately.

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