Clipped From The Wellington Leader
Knitted Oothing Proves Popular ! IVxas.— With «mi'»! . Girls at Texaa State College for Women (CIA) are parading knitted wear. In boacle, yarn and strinjf, these charming two-piece to stand the test of 8 * 6 ? to stltnd the test of correct altjre for any occasion. the "flts«ft* tt« H ftf^oit. *i. M ar<> Inade affair »"«» collars that have silk %-elvet bows tied at the neck. Intricate knitting designs make yokes for the top part of the blouse and slightly puffed sleeves and a narrow belt with glass buckles aro featured. Sporty occasions call for a more tailored suit, and brilliant yarns enter the parade as moat suitable for frocks of this kind. All sorts of designs can be woven into the pattern of a simple sport dress, and contrasting yarn makes smart trimming for the neck and ahort slwves, when used in combination with yarns of several hues. These combinations of yarns can also be used mosti effectively as streamer belts. Another new feature in knitted suits is the "string" frock made from twine dyed in brilliant colors. These frocks, too, make ideal costumes for afternoon and semi- sport occasions. They can be effectively trimmed with grosgrain ribbon in dark tones, and are particularly smart when worn with, dark accessories.