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ace, or embroidered in black and white floss silks. The little hoods, now worn over the head-dress during the transit to and from the carriage, are very pretty, and in many cases becoming. --We give the preference to the Marie Stuart shape, with a deep curtain falling over the shoulders. If these are made in lace or some transparent materials, they are, of course, lined to match the dress or cloak which they accompany. The most elegant cloaks for morning wear are made of the "Mount Saint Bernard" cloth; the half fitting paletot being the most fashionable form for this material. If made in white, these cloaks are excessively distingue, but only suitable for carriage and quiet dress wear. Mantles of velvet pile or cloth are trimmed with passementerie or the curly Astrakan; other furs and feather ornaments being reserved for velvet. Beaded passementerie is very successfully employed with guipure on both dresses and cloaks. Last winter, the cloaks that were trimmed with