Madame Weigel's 4997; published in Madame Weigel's Journal of Fashion November 1, 1924; Lady's tunic, perforations for lower round neck. Sleeves in two styles. This tunic is made to wear over a two-piece skirt which may be made of the same material as tunic, or of a contrasting material. The tunic is cut on straight lines and is drawn in at a low waistline with a narrow sash, tying at the side, or it may be drawn in at the sides only. The edges may be bound with braid or contrasting material. The neck is finished with a collar, which may be omitted and a round neck cut. Suitable materials are light-weight woollens, linens, cotton marocain, shantungs, etc.
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