The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 5 (August 1, 1934)
Advanced Spring Styles
Advanced Spring Styles.
Contrast is the key-note of the suit problem. The coat, long or short, contrasts in colour and even in material with the skirt. For instance, a plain brown coat of light woollen material is worn with a brown and blue plaid skirt. Accessories are brown.
The tailored suit has a slim, narrow skirt with a short jacket or a finger-tip or three-quarter length swing coat.
Remember that accessories should accentuate the colour note of the suit.
Blouses of handkerchief linen or lawn will be worn, and plain and patterned organdie will be popular.