Madame Weigel's 4993; published in Madame Weigel's Journal of Fashion November 1, 1924; Girl's dress, straight gathered skirt joined to magyar yoke. This little dress is made in Magyar style. The yoke forms the top part of the sleeves. A small opening is left at the shoulder (for convenience in getting the dress on and off), and a ribbon is drawn through eyelet holes and tied on the shoulder. The dress may be made in embroidery, muslin, Fuji silk, and linen, with a contrasting material for yoke and band.

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