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Prominent Designer M284; ca. 1954; Original by Philip Hulitar - Misses' Party Dress. It's that unmistakable Hulitar look--that sleek, shapely, molded pure magic for the figure. No wonder glamorous movie stars and America's best-dressed women are devoted to American designer Philip Hulitar! So exclusive are Hulitar's creations that nowhere else but here, right here in our columns will you find a pattern for this Hulilar Original. An exciting entrance-maker is M284. Luscious red roses and green leaves (easily tacked on) make a beautiful frame for your shoulders, .and a can can ruffle of red pecks beneath the hem while you're dancing. So beautiful is this dress, it would be devastating without any trim. And you can use the same pattern for your summer sundresses, using some of the very pretty inexpensive cottons now available. For your party frock, choose fine pique, silk, taffeta or shantung. And you can use the same skirt pattern for pettiskirts to wear with this frock, if you wish to try your hand at underskirts.

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