The costumes worn by the other girls are dainty, rich and, above all, becoming, but a change could be made for variety.
The woman looks well and has a fair costume change or two, but throughout the act. is lacking in ginger and brightness.
The women are dressed as an American tourist, a “Dutch” girl, Irish colleen and Signorita at the opening, each being introduced with a few bars of a characteristic song. A change is made to military costume of blouse and black tights. The girls are shapely and the dressing becoming.
The woman is sprightly and employs her eyes when singing in a manner to make Fougere envious.
If the four are to remain in vaudeville new dressing should be secured for all at once.
The dressing is the worst fault. It is not becoming, and untidy, always inexcusable.