Madame Weigel's 3474; published in Madame Weigel's Journal of Fashion September 1, 1910; Lady's and girl's hat. Again the season is with us for holiday making, when sea and river and mountain add their attractions to those of out-door sports, and call us into the sunshine - the sunshine that daily grows warmer and warmer, and makes the cool-looking hat with its shady brim a very desirable and attractive possession. The design our artist gives us here will make a charming hat for Henley. It may be made in linen, tussore, or any of the summer cloths matching the costume, and trimmed with a scarf with fringed ends, or a band of material and bow.
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