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4397

Madame Weigel's 4397; published in Madame Weigel's Journal of Fashion April 1, 1919; Child's pyjamas; loose or drawn in at ankle. For either boy or girl of two years old up to ten years, this little garment is very suitable for night attire. It is cut in the style of combinations, and the lower edge is either drawn up to form a frill, which in some instances would be more cosy, or is left loose and open. The neck is finished simply with a trimming band with which the sleeves correspond.

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