A chio "guing away" gown for a bride is a rieh, deep moas green crepé j slotli, tho ikirt being untrimmed, save for au eiiibso rl';red ara bosque in front at the fooi, d(ir.t) in tiny turquoises and jets with sil ver tliread. The bodice is Df black inoire, veiled all over with black chiffon in soft folds, to which is added the vcry Frenchy touch of three uarrow stripes of yellow lace insertion from the collar and shouldera, converging at the crashed belt of moire that is set off with pert little upstanding bows. The collnr is a!so a crnshed standing band of moire. The sleeves are poufs of the green clotli over velvet forearm sleeves edged wilh chinchilla. The wrap is a yonthi'ul looking doublé circular cape of green velvet, tho shorter capo of vhioh is embroidered to match the akirt, and there is a ihird cape of chinchilla, one-third the (U-pth of the longer velvet one. The bat is of velvet, tho pic;uant uptvirned front a mass of embroidery, witb two snmac blossom shaped pomponfl thrust carelessly through the gemmed iiamiture.