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Warm or cold?
This knitted cape can be worn in many different ways.
Change your appearance easily, wherever you are.
By tying the ribbons together you can create a different look every time.
”Psst...! Do you wish to wear your dress long or short tonight?”
Depending on the occasion, you can choose the elegant evening gown...
...or pull the string to get a cocktail dress!
This dress is never out of place.
You can wear it as a tunic...
...or unbutton it to get a top and a skirt!
There is more to this than meets the eye.
Underneath the coat you will find this sand coloured dress.
But if you flip it inside-out...
...you’ll have a glamorous cocktail dress!
”Oh, I need to be at the party in ten minutes, but what am I to wear?”
”...I know, I will turn my kimono inside out!”
” Oh, I forgot my bag...
...good thing my bra does the trick!”
Piece of cake!
Don’t let your clothes get in your way.
Wear your harems as a blouse!
Mini or midi skirt length? Tube or boat neckline?
Change your look easily anytime you want.
Can you believe it - this bag...
...can actually be worn as a cute dress!
Can you guess the hidden function?
A coat suitable for both cold...
...and warmer days.
”What look should I go for today?”
Change the collar to a frill, unbutton the skirt.
”I’m going out after work...”
From office to cocktail...
No need to change clothes – just turn them inside- out!
Watch this glamorous evening gown...
The decorations are magnetic and can be moved around!
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
Englewood Public Schools Englewood, Colorado 2009 A Compilation of E.W. Dolch 1936, The Reading Teachers Book of Lists, Fourth Edition,© 2000 by Prentice.
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Basic Sight Words Easier Words. a after all am.
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