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SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY

... SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY. The very pretty and becoming hat shown in our first illustration is made of one of the new kinds of fancy Tuscan straw, with a quilling of straw-coloured lace at the edge. The crown is covered with loops of dark magenta velvet ...

Published: Saturday 08 April 1893
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 315 | Page: 21 | Tags: none

SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY

... SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY. Few prettier or more rational head coverings can be found for a little girl’s wear than the Puritan bonnets now so much in favour. These are reproductions of the quaint and becoming bonnets Mr George Boughton is so fond of showing ...

Published: Saturday 28 January 1893
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 256 | Page: 21 | Tags: none

SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY

... SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY. The combination of Puritan hood and Marie Stuart cap shapes for bonnets, such as we recently gave a sketch of in our Fashions Column,” has found much favour, and some charming little bonnets in this style are to be seen now in ...

Published: Saturday 11 March 1893
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1146 | Page: 24 | Tags: none

SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY

... SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY. Of the many dainty little bonnets we have made notes of in our leading streets lately, we have chosen the one sketched below as our millinery note for this week’s column. This was a very small Marie Stuart'shape, covered with ...

Published: Saturday 25 March 1893
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1253 | Page: 24 | Tags: none

SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY

... SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY. We have the late Poet’Laureate’s word for it that in the spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.” Be that as it may, it is very certain a young maiden’s (or, for that matter, matron’s, and many who do not ...

Published: Saturday 04 March 1893
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 759 | Page: 23 | Tags: none

SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY,

... SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY, Microscopic and plate-like hats have quite had their day, a waning in fashion no one need regret; and head-gear at present is distinctly more rational (in really good style ”) than it has been for a long period. Picture hats ...

Published: Saturday 07 January 1893
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 798 | Page: 11 | Tags: none

SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY

... SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY. A glimpse of spring sunshine encourage to bring out some spring flowers for our hats and bonnets once more, and as daffodils, violets, and primroses have been most artistic productions in the artificial flower market the last ...

Published: Saturday 18 February 1893
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 86 | Page: 21 | Tags: none

SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY

... SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY. Ostrich feathers are to be in even rrmiter favour than ever this winter. are never entirely neglected, for there are certainly few ornaments more beautiful in themselves or (like fur) more universally becoming to the wearers ...

Published: Saturday 12 November 1892
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 803 | Page: 22 | Tags: none

Special to Irish Society

... Special to Irish Society. The brims and crowns of hats and bonnets are often made of a light interlacing of rose-stems, a very becoming arrangement when the head is young and charming. The hat shown in our first illustration is made of tea-roses, the ...

Published: Saturday 27 May 1893
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2624 | Page: 26 | Tags: none

Special to Irish Society

... Special to Irish Society. Bonnets are now composed of airy nothings in almost every variety of shape. Half a dozen corn-flowers, a pair of blue velvet strings, and an aigrette of cornflower buds and leaves, are all that is needed in addition to a little ...

Published: Saturday 03 June 1893
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1735 | Page: 24 | Tags: none

Special to Irish Society

... Special to Irish Society. Quantities of lace are used on this season’s dresses, much of it real and costly, but most of it imitation.. The perfection to which it has been brought has for some months been the wonder of experts, and the novice may well ...

Published: Saturday 01 July 1893
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 299 | Page: 23 | Tags: none

SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY

... SPECIAL TO IRISH SOCIETY. Green and violet are undoubtedly the two colours of this spring, the former for gowns, coats, and trimmings, and the latter for hats and bonnets combined with violets, sweet violets,” as decorations. Some charming Marie Stuart ...

Published: Saturday 18 March 1893
Newspaper: Irish Society (Dublin)
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 826 | Page: 24 | Tags: none