The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on April 15, 1962 · 187
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 187

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FEMININE FLATTERY SETS SPRING MOOD t -" Do women dress to fan press other women or please men? Spring dresses answer the old question in ways that seem to be all in favor of the men v Appealing to a man's eye view are pretty, curvaceous shapes in a flurry of lace, ruffles and pteats flares and princess lines, fitted waists, molded bodices and, for contrast and curves, too, slinky siren silhouettes. , From a woman's point of view, the best . thing of all about spring dresses is that they're both man-pleasing and pleasing to her own fashion sense. New dresses are not only feminine, they're imaginative and tojvaried, making " wardrobe planning fresh and fun for her. Her choice of silhouettes ranges from slim figure- skimmers to frankly - full-skirted styles, and takes in all the variations of flares, gores, cones, pleats, bias cuts. She can have a wattline that's prircess-high, tunic-low or right where nature put it and alt three look new. With the costume concept stronger than ever, she can have her spring dresses with jackets or coats and what a variety of jackets and coats' Ok I I Exclusively if 1 ahnuc mw4 " wi wmi I A " ft f '" pmitni wiHl , 1 I 1 - pipl. A lt I I Orirl Btnl print , I " " '' I 1 pink f WW wttfc t ' . ' 1 ' wki priatf m : r ' f -: . Mwfcfttt 351 N. Brand, Glendale a. 34414 Of. 5-4377 4; i 12) J . i -L f 4 i 3.1 1 Lie WEBB'S SALUTES THE CLUB WOMAN ON THE GO . . . without whose enterprise the community would lack much of idealistic interests and raison d'etre. For boundless 1 enthusiasm and civic devotion, we nominate Mrs. Reid Qllistcr, president of the National Charity League, the original Mother-Daughter Organization which provides counsel and assistance for elderly women. A busy fund-finder for the Philanthropy True Aiken Stern Fund, she is also president of Help, the Hospital Emergency Loan Plan and active in the Beaux Art Group, BobbinetteSy P.T.A, and church activities. . With unerring fashion sense, she chooses : our most feminine look for, htr day events V . brown chiffon with beautifully draped sidev -and hemline . , . with it, smart stretch satin gloves . . .' delightful spring design and Webb total look of fasluon for important evenings. ; brand at wilson, glendale fo) c ,viHfey.Aprim.!?M . , v ' I V ' , 10$ ANSCICS TIMIS . - . . - . CWalfrturhmk Pk&t TM3i

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