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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 12 (March 1, 1935)



Coats and skirts are slim-fitting, fullness in the latter being supplied by inverted pleats. The Norfolk influence is obvious in tweeds. Most tweed suits are belted, and many have patch pockets (four, very often). Buttons are in wood or leather. One autumn suit in heavy linen had an open inverted pleat at the back, giving a quaint, loose effect.