This is the new look for afternoon: a straight-and-narrow line, broken by some kind of witchery in the skirt. Here, it’s a diagonal peplum – a reed slim dress of black rayon crepe.
The skirt of this black rayon crepe dress falls straight as a plumb-line to your knees. Then it breaks out into a shirred flounce, caught with a bow. Another bow ties the square neck-line.
Side-saddle drapery for afternoon. Uneven drapery breaking the straight-as-a-string line of this black rayon crepe dress. The uneven high-low hem-line look, is new too.
Below the slick, molded torso of this black rayon crepe dress is a three tiered skirt. This gypsy skirt style is much in vogue in Hollywood these days. The skirt here is flounced only in the front, like a ruffled apron. The back is straight.
Wrap-around drapery, faintly sarong-like, for the skirt of a severe, high-necked dress of black rayon crepe. Another fine example of the perfectly simple afternoon dress with an eye-catching skirt.
Perfect for afternoon, and for informal dinner – this black Celanese rayon crepe dress with a full skirt caught in at the knees in a harem skirt style. A tiny waist finished with a jeweled belt.
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