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GOLFERS IN THE PINK
May 23, 1955
New golf fashions for women are both practical and feminine; dresses and culottes seesaw between above-and-below knee, meet all regulations
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May 23, 1955

Golfers In The Pink

New golf fashions for women are both practical and feminine; dresses and culottes seesaw between above-and-below knee, meet all regulations

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America's 1,250,000 women golfers are as much a part of the contest for sartorial honors on the fairways as the peacock-plumaged males who set the pace in tournament circles. In the past year the ladies have taken to Bermuda shorts in flocks, and this year have inspired a bigger-than-ever crop of golf fashions. Action-tailored for complete freedom of motion, these new dresses and culottes come in ultra-feminine pink, are matched to a T with Sandler's pink shag golf shoes. ($10.95.)

Pants, shirt and pleated over-skirt of pink polka-dot cotton-and-orlon blend. Tina Leser. $35.

One-piece dress with short pleated skirt of pink cotton madras. Ruth Fair. $18.

Pink plaid shirt and pink bare-knee culotte. Brigance of Sportsmaker. $15 each.

Poplin golfer with inset bias panel in back and roomy pockets. By Louise Suggs for Lynbrook. $13.

Peppermint-striped golfer with bias-cut raglan sleeves for free shoulder action. Haymaker. $13.

Pink madras culotte with oblique back pleat, pink lace trim, back pocket. Also from Ruth Fair. $18.

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