The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 12 (March 1, 1935)
Heads and Hats
Heads and Hats.
A word as to the new hair-dressing. Curls at the back are “out.” We wear our back hair shorter and straighter. But the sides! To be correct we should have three tiers of curls. Our hats show our curls. Large, floppy berets in velvet are smart, but I have a tiny doubt. I have seen these berets worn by Miss Seventeen and a well-groomed Forty, but I would have preferred, in each case, one of the new little felts.
Hats I must really describe next month; also the glorious new colours and materials, especially the nubbly fabrics and the glinting metallic-finished woollens.
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