White Dresses - was Ceilidh Dress

Patricia Ruggiero

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In an earlier message I referred to a Deva dress as the "Trapeze" dress.
Must correct that -- it is the "Tara" dress. Not sheer, but thinner than
you might think from the picture. One of their crinkly cottons, it's not
supposed to need ironing, but....

Pat

-----Original Message-----
From: Miriam L. Mueller [mailto:xxxxxxxxxxx@xxxx.xxx]
Sent: Saturday, April 22, 2000 11:37 AM
To: xxxxxxxxxx@xx.xxxxxxxxxx.xxx-xxxxxxxxx.xx
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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