Novelty sunshades are presented to the camera - one is in the shape of a flower, another a cat.
Novel sunshades are presented. The first is a square, black parasol trimmed with white fur. Pleated sunshades are held by two ladies in a park. Intertitle reads: "Sunshades, they say, should be like barbed wire, sufficient for protection but not enough to obscure the view - (of the sons!)". Model displays a shade made from see through netting with an ostrich feather trim. Another parasol is displayed which is in the shape of a flower. A parasol in the shape of a cat's face is shown to the camera. Then a parasol with sewn on leaves (?).
Safety print exists.