Mrs. Wm. J. Hyde photo, Times Herald, Olean, NY 1 FEb 1927, p. 20

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Mrs. Wm. J. Hyde photo, Times Herald, Olean, NY 1 FEb 1927, p. 20 - tTTE OGBAy.TBVENnro.TrMBS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1,...
tTTE OGBAy.TBVENnro.TrMBS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1927. Y FASHION AND Blues Of All Shades Hit The South Mrs. Stokes Lett By BETS!' SCHCYLER NEA Service. Writer Pahn Beach, _Fcb. 1. -- Your most standpat cynic could no longer doubt the supremacy o£ the sweater and the Jersey outfit if £he once ' made- a' tour of the beach and the golf courses here. .' · ' . ' · · Nor "could she, assuming this lynlc to be a woman, resist blue any longer. True she might say it is treacherous, and the idea that every ·bade of blue Js be' eyed woman is Uit. i miug to a blne- . most erroneous premise ever established, that bine is a cold color .and that it lacks sophistication -- she could pick all the flaws she wanted to with bhie, but in the end she would have- to admit that every smart woman .is wearing it, ' . ·'. .At Palm- Beach the sport. dress reigns supreme for 'day. -' It is appropriate appropriate for the out-of-door life, and is seeii here at its very best. Whereas the average 1'aliu Beach Mrs. Malcolm Merchant wardrobe, is at least two-thirds one-third colored, I believe color is handled here more expertly this year than evcr.before. Stripes of Colors Many a while sport dress has stripes' of colors, or embroidered or printed. borders" which add to the interest. The cowboy kerchief of printed silk, ' manipulated in any number of tricky ways brings in a jazzy note. v The tennis outfit 3Irs. Warner Jones wore at the Everglades shows the neckerchief in its simplest form --just knotted casually under the chin. I" have seen others, tied on the shoulder, about-the hips a la S.vpsy, or not tied at all, just wound about the arm. For golf,.no outfit is more popular popular than the type worn-by-IJortensc Chatillon--!i white flannel skirt with several -box pleats in front, and a round-necked sweater with j shnde'd stripes in rainbow colors. Hortcnso Chatillon The tjny white felt hat and the sport shoes with their banils oE tan are .the right note in accessories. Delicate as Cobwebs Never have I seen such lovely sweaters as I have seen hrr.e (lie past week. Some-are as deHcale as cobwebs, and knitted into patterns that looks like hand-made lace. Others are of beaver wool horizontal stripes of silk in colors; or with metal gauze elcvercly in-1 Sargest one iii.this stronghold of the , V Mrs. Warner Jones the jumper, anil skirt. These binbrc effects as they art; "Called are -.very much the vogue":.' Printed Silk'SMrt I sow; Sirs. "William J. Hyde'of N'cw - York- iii a printed silk skirt in which were"sijialb flecks of red green-and bhie. "with a- navy blue crepe deehiiio" blouse with a row. of i-ith -buttons down. the., side front, and .a --· hat -th'nt'was" without doubt the sorted..' With a white crepe de chine sport skirt I saw a lovely sweater of soft wool in stripes of rose, green and yellow, and the hat was a tins green cloche. A very unusual effect was achieve ed by Mrs. Jacques de WoKe--her skirt was. of 'pearl gray crepe dc _ chine pleated,, and the jumped was j Ixitt, formerly Mona -Wainwrlgb't, of wool lace in a darker shade of | who is on the tennis court every gray, her gray, felt lint was another i day by eleven. 'She was featuring shade that came in just between l.the new bhie the.other morning in | large cba'pcau. -Mrs.. Jlalcolmii .Jleacbain, always a delight lu the eye. has be'jn seen in-faultless.attire. - She is lovely, in the rose shades, ' s u c h ' a s she is wearing in the photograph, a delicate delicate pink banded with a deeper rose, and a becoming little pink felt hat. . Simplicity, Simplicity, itself is Mrs. .Stokes Mrs. William J. Hyde · a blue bat, blue skirt and a sweater of blue and white wool, .banded with a darker blue. Bathing costumes are decorative here, as always. .1 saw an. attractive attractive niermuid.sunning on the Casino Casino beach in .i short suit of yellow wool jersey with longer bloomers of deep orange and a gay bandanna of yellow, orange and black. A white jersey outfit had a gypsy girdle of printed silk and a white cape lined with the printed material. material. Many of the must decorative capes and beach wraps are of terry cloth combined with cretonne or bands of brilliant color. Very individual attire is selected by Mrs. John Kiilherford. Her suit consists in.a knitted, striped .white jersey jumper which buttons on to a pair o'f vertically striped -"shorts," and '« very mannish belt marks the popt of stockings suggest a pleasii j.eft to By Kor New York, golden days Much of the glamor of. worn by tale books the new Nothing newest wraps just spring in silver cloth oriental golden a wrap among that is not Ucware Naturally gorgeous, intricate, ,,,,. Her white silk I ^ ike Ath . e 'V ly ' .ml white Lathing cap ! l n B - , An . d "jf 6 ° Iei=in" femihliiitv ' must also be ' TO -'"° 'C""".'""-'- ferahly of colorful

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Times Herald (Olean, New York)01 Feb 1927, TuePage 20
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