CROWNS To lower crowns: 1. Cut off on a line “becoming to the individual. 2. Make creases, tucks, o: folds.
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Many hats, faded, out of shape and out of fashion can “be renovated if they are not torn or broken. The first thing to do is to look them over carefully and study their possibilities, at the same time examining pictures of the season’s hats in reliable, current fashion books. it is possible to get a variety of ideas as to correct sizes, shapes, and ways of •wearing the new hats. Observe all details closely, for it is only by doing this that renovated hats can be produced without that “home-made look.”
Carefully cut off all the trimmings from the hat to be remodeled and try on and experiment with the shape to get an idea of what will be most becoming in an up-to-date style. The hat may then be cleaned, reblocked to the desired shape, trimmed or finished. Some materials such as straws may need to be shell aced and sized to restore their original finish. #lookgoodnow #lgnhats #bossesmade ivhats# #js4c #purejohn #lovegodnow #ajab #livhats #roadrunner #business #motivation #mentoring #bossesmade #accessories #streetstyle #look #stylish #lgnmilitary
A closely woven, light-colored straw hat, such as a leghorn, panama, or milan, can be cleaned by washing with a suds of lul^ewarm soft water and neutral soap. Dip the hat in the suds and scrub lightly with a soft cloth until it is clean. Then rinse thoroughly to remove all the soap and lay in the shade to drain for a short time before blocking. If the straw is coa^rse and loosely woven it is safer not to dip the hat in water but to sponge it lightly with a cloth dampened in lukewarm water. Do not use much water or the straw will slip and slide and may even come apart.
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Fashions for sport and evening wear, all made from Bemberg rayon. Narration: Muriel Evans. Photography: John Livingston. Art Director: Alfred Pan(?). Sound Engineer: Walter Hicks. Production Manager: S.E. Harrison. With Dorothy Fa(?) (Carol); Francis Goodwin (Jane); Ruth Bra(?) (Alice); Ann Rountree (Gloria); Marjorie Hawthorne (Patsy); Bette Miller (Martha); Helen Dillard. Fashion Director: Tobe. In Technicolor.