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Unformatted text preview: 50. Knife or Side Juliet 22.Tailored or Shirt 78 Kimono 23.Turtle neck 100.TUXEDO SILHOUETTE 7 79.Leg-o-Mutton 91. A-LINE Wing 93.BUSTLE 80.Melon 51.Empire/Raised 81.Peasant CUFFS 4 52. Hourglass/ Full Skirt/ Bouffant 82.Petal 53.Rectangle 83.Puff 24.Band or Barrel Reverse Triangle 84. Raglan 25.Fitted 54. Sheath 85.Ruffled French/Double Cuff 55.Triangle or Trapeze Saddle 26.Knit 97.ROLLED 56.Trumpet 86.Set-in 87.-Length NECKLINES - 22 SKIRTS - 17 88. Trumpet 27.Asymmetric 57.A-Line WAISTLINES - 6 28.Bateau or Boat 58.Bubble 29.Built-up 59.Draped 94.DOME 89.Dropped or Low Rise 30.Camisole 60.Flared 90. Empire (raised, high) 31.Cardigan 61.Flounced 91.Midriff Yoke 32.Cowl 62 Full Circle or Circular Normal Fitted 33.Crew neck (knit crew) Gathered (Full Skirt) 92.Pointed (up or down) Decolette 4-Gored Princess Lines...
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course HUEC 2032 taught by Professor Hayes during the Fall '11 term at LSU.
- Fall '11