Actress Madge Evans models the new Fall suits –
The ‘latest’ 1930s Dress Fashion in Hollywood land 1934
1.The black and white vogue always makes its appearance in the first new Fall dresses, and Madge Evans carries out the popular combination in the silk crepe frock to the left.
The becoming collar and cuffs are made of pleated organdie.
2.A suit that is smart and practical for all occasions is the one Miss Evans has on in the second picture. It is made of navy blue flannel with metal button trim and a cotton blouse of striped novelty weave.
3.Light-weight wool and taffeta are one of the newer Fall combinations. Madge Evans in the far right image has on a neat navy wool suit, with a light blue taffeta blouse, the ruffled collar of which is pulled out.
1.Black satin fashions Madge Evans’ smart afternoon suit on the left. the lapels of the jacket are tailored along the lines of a man’s tuxedo vest, but the waist, of tucked chiffon and lace, rhinestone buttons and clip, keep it from looking to mannish.
2.An ideal Fall coat of wool – is worn by Madge in the middle photograph above. The material of the coat is cut so that the thin black and orange stripes, on the tan background, are very effective. Be sure to observe the interesting style note in the odd finger fastening of leather on the belt.
3.A striped scarf collar is introduced by Miss Evans in the simple black crepe frock on the right. It has a black patent leather belt and elbow-length sleeves. It’s the type of dress that every business girl will need several of for the early Autumn days ahead.