Ladies Skirts 7375 7376 - 1904
This everyday makeup of dotted gun-metal velveteen emphasizes the effectiveness of combining shirt-waist No. 7381 and skirt No. 7376. Broken-plaid cheviot is illustrated in this reproduction of shirt-waist No. 7380 and skirt No. 7376, the decoration consisting of braid and pipings.
Ladies’ One or Two Piece Circular Skirt No. 7375
7375—Ladies’ One or Two-Piece Circular Skirt, in Long or Medium Sweep or Dip Length, with an Inverted Box-Plait at the Back or in Habit Style, and with or without the Yoke. (Equally Desirable for Plain, Striped or Plaided Goods, made up without a Centre Seam or with Matched Bias Edges in Front.)
A smart skirt that is equally desirable for plain, striped or plaided goods made up without a center seam or with matched bias edges in front is here represented.
Oxford-gray zibeline was the material chosen for the construction in one instance, and a brown, black and white plaid in the other. The mode is of circular shaping, and darts afford smooth adjustment over the hips.
The back may be in habit style or display an inverted box-plait, and provision is made for a long or medium sweep or dip length. The addition of the yoke is a matter of preference, and measurement of about four yards is allowed at the lower edge in the medium sizes.
The materials generally selected for this skirt style are Cheviot, tweed, hopsacking, canvas, broadcloth, Venetian and tailored suitings.
A stylish development may be evolved from navy-blue mohair, or brown checked cheviot may be employed with good results.
Pattern 7375 is in 9 sizes from 20 to 36 inches, waist measure. For 24 inches waist or 41 inches hip, the one- piece skirt with yoke will need 3 3/8 yards of material 50 inches wide; for the two-piece bias skirt without yoke, 4 3/8 yards in the same width will be needed. Price of pattern, 20 cents.
Ladies’ Eleven-Gored Flare Skirt No. 7376
7376—Ladies’ Eleven-Gored Flare Skirt, in Medium Sweep, Round or Short Round Length, with Tucks at the Side Seams Extending to the Bottom or Terminating at Graduated Flounce Depth, and with an Inverted Box-Plait at the Back.
Tucks at each side seam ending at flounce depth or extending to the lower edge are the distinctive feature of the modish skirt here represented in mole-colored cloth.
Eleven gores give correct shaping to the mode, and provision is made for a medium sweep, round, or short round length. A stylish flare is produced by plaits allowed at the side seams below the knees.
Panne zibeline in black or Oxford-gray will reproduce this design stylishly. Other available materials are Cheviot, broadcloth, Venetian, serge, tweed, canvas, Sicilian, velvet and silk-and-wool mixed suitings.
Pattern 7376 is in 9 sizes from 20 to 36 inches, waist measure. For 24 inches waist or 41 inches hip, of material 50 inches wide without a nap or other distinct up or down, 5 3/8 yards will be needed, or with a nap or other distinct up or down, yards will be required. Price of pattern, 20 cents.
“Ladies Skirts [No. 7375 & 7376],” in The Delineator: An Illustrated Magazine of Literature and Fashion, Paris-London-New York-Toronto: The Butterick Publishing Co. Ltd., Vol. LXIII, No. 2, February 1904, p. 208-209.
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