Category September 1898

Ladies’ Newmarket Coat by Frank Gentle

Plate 27 The diagram represents a Newmarket coat. This style of garment seems to be in favour with many lady customers, and looks very smart when made from check cloth. The diagram is single breasted, and made with small turn collar. Buttons are placed down the front about 2½ inches apart, as shown on diagram. […]

Young Ladies’ Costume Jacket

Young Ladies’ Costume Jacket Plate 26 The accompanying illustrations and diagrams depicts two popular styles of Jackets for young ladies’ wear. Worn over a shirt or blouse, with a skirt to match, they indeed look smart, and provide a stylish costume for young ladies, at an age when the suitability of dress is a perplexed […]

Notes of the Month SEPTEMBER 1898

With the present month, the season for summer tailoring will be drawing to a close, and cutters will be busy designing the new styles for the forthcoming season. Already the wholesale firms are showing their new designs, but they have to prepare far ahead of the private firms, who generally wait till the season. There […]

Illustrations of British Costumes Autumn 1898

With the Autumn months well on their way, the tailors who cater for the ladies’ trade will be on the outlook for styles suitable for the coming winter; and as it is our special province to supply these, we have pleasure in calling attention to the novelties we have to offer this month. As will […]