White Dresses - was Ceilidh Dress

Pia Walker

Message 21096 · 22 Apr 2000 21:07:21 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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We in Scotland do not have this problem - we usually think in layers, to
hide the goose-bumps, and blue skin.

When choosing material for a white dress, choose something which can be
washed and dripdried and which doesn't crease too much when worn. Cotton
might be wonderful, but having to iron "that darn dress" everytime you have
to wear it, does take the pleasure away.

Pia

----- Original Message -----
From: Miriam L. Mueller <xxxxxxxxxxx@xxxx.xxx>
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Sent: Saturday, April 22, 2000 4:37 PM
Subject: Re: White Dresses - was Ceilidh Dress

> An aside on white dresses and hot weather - years ago a friend noted
> that, cool as sheer clothing may LOOK, it requires a slip or under layer,
> and a single opaque layer FEELS cooler. Forty years of personal testing
> has confirmed this for me.
> Miriam Mueller
> SF
>
>

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