Madame Weigel's 4128; published in Madame Weigel's Journal of Fashion October 2, 1916; Lady's magyar yoke nightdress, perforations for V-neck and short sleeve. The yoke and skirt of this nightdress are joined at the waist, where ribbon is run through buttonholes. In one example the yoke is made of all-over embroidery, the neck and sleeves finished with lace-edged beading; in the other, made with V-neck, the edges of the material are prettily worked in scallops, with which the sleeves correspond.

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