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Year of Award

1950

Degree

Bachelor of Science (BS)

College

College of Arts & Sciences

Department

Family and Consumer Sciences

First Advisor

Mary Martha Scott

Keywords

dress, fashion, gown, material, construction, dress-making

Abstract

The problem of constructing the attire for a bride as presented about a month in advance of the date set for the wedding. With little guidance in the choice of materials suitable for her pattern and with the desire of being a beautifully-dressed bride at a comparatively small sum, the bride went shopping. The problem consisted of adaptation both in the construction of the wedding gown, slip, and veil and in the time available for fitting and sewing.

Comments

Original includes fabric and lace samples which are white in color and did not scan. Contact the University Archives to see the original.

Document Type

Restricted Thesis

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