Costumes Parisiens 160: Manteau d’après-midi en duvetyn citron, avec une boucle de moire

Published by Vaugirard French

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Illustration with a design for an afternoon coat, part of the 70th issue of the "Journal des dames et des modes", published in Paris on May 1st, 1914. The illustration features a woman wearing a lemon-green afternoon coat over a long, white skirt. The coat features a horizontal fabric draping on the back, tied with a large, black bucle. She wears a small, black hat with a thin garland of dark green leaves and a purple rosette.

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