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A Year in Fashion: 1922
Maternity Dresses

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This dress is fashioned of plain and flowered Voile in combination and is one of the most attractive designs of the season. Plain voile is used for the novel bib collar edged with tiny box-pleated frills, picot-edged and set on with hemstitching. Frills edge the fashionable sleeves, and the skirt tunic. Smart panels of flowered voile form front and back of waist. Vestee of embroidered batiste. Colors: Three-tone navy blue, or three-tone brown. Sizes: 34 to 46 bust, skirt length about 36 inches, with wide basted hem.

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Website Bibliographical Information:

Lane Bryant Maternity Catalog, 1922, p.7.

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