THE high crowns of the winter hals seem, like the snows, to have melted down before the onslaught of the spring sunshine, and the flat crown reigns once more. It is certainly the hats that give the rejuvenaling touch to the season. Audacious and capricious like the spring, their-variety is infinite. One or two styles ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,688 words
FROM top to [?] the Parisienne is "all out" for elegance. Her hair is an auteole of curls and soft waves, which show under the hat, and give her the soft feminine look she likes. The danger is untidiness, and busy women with small incomes have-to think twice about these [?]oosely-curled and waved hair ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 154 words
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