The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 12, 1951 · Page 64
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 64

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Surprise Details Enhance New Autumn Formats Not the complete silhouette but To be worn with or without a j In direct contrast to the straight the surprising twists and turns of j petticoat is the Nathanson Orig-j silhouette is tb* extended ruffle a skirt or bustle or bow is thejmal modeled by Mrs. Robert {of the formal modeled by Miss outstanding trend in t h i s t all's JO. Swearingen. ThU black velvet j Beth Tucker. Seven ruffled tiers formals and cocktail dresses. j formal falls in soft lines without The overall silhouette is either!a petticoat and puffs to bouJfact of lavender nylon net accent the Modern Courtere format's back MISS BETH TUCKER WEARS FORMAL WITH NEW BACK SILHOUETTE . . . tiers of lavender net ruffles flow from mauve taffeta Uraped skirt Crofoots To Leave For Training School The Rev. and Mr*. G. W. Crofoot, 14 Longview East, are leav- ing Tuesday for Mo Ranch, near Kerrville, where Mr. Crofoot Is teaching church history at the Presbyterian synodlcal training school. They will return Aug. 21, More than 300 women from all over the state are expected to attend the sessions led by church leaders. Vodlawn Presbyterian Church will be represented by Mrs. Gordon B. Harwood. 2845 Niagra. a wid* one over petticoat* or a i proportions when worn over a tal- skirt Thfi mauve taffeta bodice islim one minus petticoats. But if eta petticoat. Rhinestones and se- i» underlaid at the decolletage by 'either Un* m*v be changed en-j quins punctuate the s eal lop e d more nylon net. ' tirely by a ruffled tier of nylonj bodice. Mrs. Swearingen is pull-! Fabrics in fall formal* are vel- net at the back of the skirt or i icg on elbow length crepe and vel- vet, satin, tissue silk taffeta bro- twin puffs at the hips. Ivet gloves by Viola Weinberger, cade, and nylon net. Detailing is - often of rhinestones, teads and ·equtas. Colorful S«MMI In formals bo'th high and deep colors are f o u n d . Amber and mesquite green, mauve and cornflower blue will minglts on the dance floor. Fabrics in fall formals are tissue silk taffeta, satin, nylon net and velvet.- Rhinestones, beads or sequins are sprinkled liberally on many dresses. These fabrics and moire and faille are vised in cocktaiT"dresjes, too. The color scale swings from smoke gray and honey beige to black and brown combinations in darker tones, from, shades of winter violet and mauve to golds and flamingo. Sleeve:, are often shirred short or cuffed for the cocktail costume. Necklines or decolletages also get a cuffed treatment at either shoulder or all the way around. Horsehair s t i f f e n s the neckline of yet another cocktail drena. MRS. R. G. SWEARINGEN IN BLACK VELVET . . . rhinestonea trim Nathanson Original Spanish nylon lace for date-time 5pQi1ISh Nylori !ac»... provocative as a flirtatious glance Suede... soft as a sigh. Beautifully combined in our own festive shoes by PAUZZIO with peerless craftsmanship. flawless fit and elegant grace. Designed for costume-perfectionist* with fabuiout PAtlZZtO handbags to match. Sizes 3'/a to 10 AAAA to B Shoe* 18.95 Matching Baj 12,45 plus tax It'i amart to hav* · charga account at Richardson DOLMAN SILHOUETTE BLOUSE -- Dorothy Korby borrowed the "French Poodle" influence for the neckline note for a wool jersey blouse. The huge cluster of white pique tubing on a wing-collared neckband comes off to reveal a basic high neckline, ready for jewel accessories. The blouse is made in stone gray, black, navy, auburn and high brass. ----- BUTTREY'S- -- -- I 0 Fall Colors Reflect Hues Of Plumage Color has literally unfurled into bright plumage for fall. With basic shades in th* muted frays, browns and blacks, accessories have taken on a great deal of high color. Carbon blue is a dark tone shading toward black, while peacock!I blue is as bright as the bold plu-j! mage of the bird it's named for. i Other accessory c o l o r s will b e j l smoked mauve, Corinthian green i j red and gold. j Audobon colors also tract their i! shades back to birds. Goldfinch!I yellow, cardinal red, thrush taupe,!. and parakeet green are some o f ' I these. 11 Morocco red and Portugese pink, (I a dark and light shade respective- j j y, are new cosmetic shades. I n j the fur line, a light grey has been|| named "Breath of Spring," even I in a fall season, and a bluish grey is known as "Moonglow." Deep tones include pizzicato, a The I Magic Name in Suits subdued yarn-dye . blue; berry toned concerto, a deep red; and fantasia, a deep "bluish purple. Expressive names for fall's lively brown colors are high brass, russet ember, auburn and ginger. Turquoise and flamingo are among other important fall shades. \ The neic Pleats Fashioned For Wool Knit Dress Two favorites, pleats and the knitted auit, have been combined in a new casual. A one piece wqol knit dress has a permanently pleated skirt. The pleats spring back without wrinkling or sagging. This dress also has a tiny collar and. gilt buttons. Tortoise Shell Purse Has Matching Mirror Tortoise shell bags are new this fall. Made in transparent brown, they have shell sections inside to match. Even the frame of the mirror and the comb are in the same tortoise shell. These are available in local stores. Nose Tip Veils Shown In New Fall Colors Nose tip yells are made in many bright colors to match almost any fall costume. The veiling differs as much as the shades and these gay little -veils can be worn to cover the entire lace if preferred. These are available locally. silhouette for fall! the slimmest suit of all! Fashion and fabric cooperating perfectly to give you a suit that's all slender and charm . . . Double flap* just below the indented waist. . . gives 'the gentle curv» of hip Fashion prefers this season. The stunning fabric ... striped and solid pure wool worsted. Size* 19 to IS 79.50 Yours exclusively at 404-06 N. Ch«p«rral **s£ 5« f-_J FABRIC SAVING VALUES TO $1.49 '· BROADCLOTH * ?5yA L J Y · IB RIITTHPI** »MtEK JR. BUTCHER- . ASSORTED PRINTS RAYON SEW AND SAVE FOR BACK TO-SCHOOL W.T. G R A N T CO, IN COKPuS CHRISTI ITS GRANTS FOR VALUES

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