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A Year in Fashion: 1922
Maternity Homegarments

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1923 Homegarments

A Cretonne Apron, and cretonne aprons are quite the newest thing and very becoming. Ideal for maternity wear. Full-gathered skirt, bodice made with sash ends to tie in back. Two roomy pockets. White braid trimming. Tan background with colored flowers. One size only, will fit all figures up to 46 bust, length about 46 inches.

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Website Bibliographical Information:

Lane Bryant Maternity Catalog, 1922, p.13.

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