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A Year in Fashion: 1922
Maternity Homegarments

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1923 Homegarments

LEFT- House dress made of fancy Striped Percale and attractively trimmed with white rick rack braid. Wide stitched-on belt in front; sash in back. Kimono sleeve. A comfortably roomy apron, easy to slip on, and made of durable fabric. Colors- Blue-and-white stripe, or lavender-and-white stripe. Sizes- 34 to 46 bust. Entire length about 50 inches

RIGHT- A hand-embroidered negligee in one-piece, slip-on style. Made of splendid Serpentine Crepe with two-tone silk embroidery. Simulated collar and kimono sleeves beautifully trimmed with self-color satin ribbon. Colors- Rose, lavender, or Copenhagen blue. Sizes- 34 to 46 bust. Length about 50 inches.

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Website Bibliographical Information:

Lane Bryant Mternity Catalog, 1922, p.12.

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