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A sample of women's fashion 1914 via ads in the paper. Women's fashion 1914 Three snippets from The Daily Picayune, New Orleans, on 4-February-1914. The paper did a daily feature then, "The Picayune's Daily Fashion Hint." This day, the hint was on the Fichu. The fichu, a small triangular shawl, was a popular fashion accessory. Two of the big department stores in town, Maison Blanche and D. H. Holmes, placed ads on the same page as the fashion hint. The paper was smaller at the time (16-20 pages). So, it was logical for the stores to advertise near the "hint."...
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