The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 12, 1951 · Page 62
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 62

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CWt*tt CALLER-TIMES, Sun., Aug. 12. 1951 Versatile Lines, Fabrics Increase Coat's Stature Geometry has figured im-l jJortanUy in the lines and turves' of the season's new coats. The autumn picture includes the cone,: an hour glass concave, the vert- 1 caJ plane, a shorter curve, Added to the versatility o£ basic : design in the new coats are new! fabrics and a color lange that; gives to the coat, even for Cor ' pus Christi women, a new em- phasis ftfid fashion importance. Linings are crisp, to ·emphasize the wider skirt silhouette of the season. The much heraJdeu poodle cloth is just one of the new fabrics of the season. There are many elegant additions in rough textured iabrics that i'or ai! 'their appearance are soft to the touch and light in the wearing. A carved *iil« fleece, hairy surface woolens and boucle tweeds come in this group. The unmounted shoulder line cut is one which the jacket has a dominate place in coat flesigns. Collars are very, very large,- or not there at all. There are cuifs on almost all the coat sleeves, and · eiiiv of these mav be rolled low MISS PATSY P1TTMAX MODELS SEASON'S NEW CONE COAT BY SYLVAN KICK . . . slight mandarin collar teams with black velvet coolie hat Who else but Knox can design such a beautiful casual, fell! MILLINERY "Hats of Character" 419StoVSr. Dial 2-4751 Sweater Closing Idea Used in Wool Skirt A. sweater set by Susan Thomas has a cardigan closing from t h e nock to the hem. Designed of ribbed wool jersey, the set has a V necked halter, a cardigan with three quarter sleeves and a check-, ed wool skirt with ribbed closing j nnrl big buttons HUe poker chips. Wool Jersey Scarf Trails to Hem Length For casuals there is a new long scarf in wool jersey. Made in three color blends, U has fringed ends. This scarf is to be worn as a muffler, with the ends dangling to the skirt hem. , or high, »oin« almost to the «J-; mutation pastel miak cuflfo Tb« i 'DDWS, ' lining is taffeta in cafe au l»it j To Ga Over Suits coloring; to match a dresj to go ! An important achievement In aJong. | the fitted or concave i ned coat: Ofl coats as wel! . ^ suita j^ \ £ SrJL X ^uSTiHX 1 «'-es. velvt is a *»*** touch. 'coat over a suit. .Cardinal red velvet brightens the ! In Corpus Christi, three quarter collar and cuffs of Original's bank- length coats \vjll toss a com with, e ,.. K , vi . ey f} eece CO at. A gunmetal full length coats for top Place..; ^| n . b R encircles t h i s One of the season a outstancbiiK; vu. t vu. newcomers is a wrajxirotmd.: hourglass coat. : three-quarter lenSth cardigan coat. l Convertible or turn about coats · so-called because of its cardigan j in t weecl and velvet are Import' collar. The curved cardigan is a ant verions . Bonnie Cashin has high fashion note. . ; designed a fxill length coat in grey Among the ribbed fabrics anU :yarn dyed duna c j o th w jth black two color combinations is a blue, braid frmdins and a scarf which and bteck diagonal wool coat by; tun)s jnto a vcsl Jablow, Fastened by a single jetj Tne twee dy look of Korstmann's i black button, it has side-flaring blue and bl a e k crow's foot tweed fullness. ' . . . : Taffeta Liiiiiig Linings of many coats are stiff [" taffetas as in a Cupaioli coal :p Made of black velvet or grey flan-1 = nel, the coat is lined in red taf-j feta. Cocktail caffs and rhinestonpj qioartet buttons detail this one. j Jablow has designed a tailored coat of suede cloth. It is-styled with double slash pockets, adjust- 'able cuffs, deep shoulders and cardigan collar. Natural cashmere! is found in an hourglass coat by .,,.Brigance. It's trimmed in braid. DON'T WAIT! Now is the time to start ; the youngsters on Piano ---and on our Rental / Purchase Plan it is so easy- Piano today. J.J is the material used in a coat by Clyde. ! An imported clipped "feather fab-! ric is fashioned by Anthony Blotta I as a "clown-collared" coat. Of sun^l e - i c n n PI r , f «, beam gold, it is lined with black easy--$15.00 Delivers a silk taffeta and worn with a n j artist's bow scarf to match. Should-1 ers are cut in one with shoulder; yoke. Petticoat Coat j Its lining gave the name to Ihej sapphire blue "petticoat coal" by! Briganee of Frank Gallant. Vel-1 vet ribbon and pleated ruffle bor-| der the silk taffeta lining. Bone| buttons fasten the front and hold! the collar in a sort roll. ! In the cone shape, Hansen Bang j has created a close collared white : i fleece after dark coat with deepi MUSIC STORE 415 Schatxe! THE COAT CURVE--The fitted coat, influenced by hour glass lines, is a part cf the autumn 1951 picture. The Philip Mangone town coat (left) is a fitted design in cinnamon and black checked wool with its sh awl-scarf collar and sleeves cuffed in cavalier manner as high fashion details. Vincent Monte-Sano, an exponent of the new "curved cardigan," has done this type coat (right) in a new fluffy-textured imported tweed in honey and black checks, shaped the coat with backfulsomeness from a very deep yoke, and cut the black taffeta lining with the same fulsorneness. Designer Uses Black Venise /or Formal \ PARIS-Schiaparelli uses 'black! Venise for apron decor on a blue! satin and lame formal ensemble. Schiffli-edged stoles and ' l a p e l s have a lavish look and chenille, and embroidered nets are stressed! by Schiaparelli in the new fall' collection. Be Careful About CYSTITIS I*h(s u inflnmaltnn of tta bladdrr. Orfnk delirious Or.trk» health w*. trr. fr*w from rhJortn* *nd ttrtm. Shipped ·verywhere. WATER CO. Dia! 2-2152 LS21 S. 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