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September 06, 1986 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-06

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Shoes for Tots and Teens in La
Mirage, predicts that the high-top,
soft leather gym shoe will
continue to be the most popular
way to finish off this layered look.
Don't underestimate the
sophisticated baby. Fleece is in
for babies, too. Loretta
Globerson, owner of Baby and
Me in Southfield, explains, "Our
babies become little people right
away because today's new
mothers want to dress their
babies right from the beginning."
At the Waiting Game in
Applegate, owners, Bob and
Thelma Prussack, also show a lot
of fleece. Sequined bear faces
surrounded by fur, velour and
satin Superman emblems and
yellow leather cowboy fringe,
adorn some of their special
sweats. For infant and toddler
girls, there are low waisted,
fleece dresses with appliques
and flare skirts.
For toddlers, this will be the
season for Mickey Mouse and his
friends. Both Waiting Game and
We're For Kids are having a
tough time keeping in stock
enough quilted, red and white
striped, two-piece reversible
Mickey Mouse outfits. Just as
popular are the Disney
suspenders, large leather cutouts
of Disney characters on red, navy
and gold suspenders.
Suspenders could become this
season's biggest surprise. Buy
them separately or as part of an
outfit. Just be sure they look
exciting. Waiting Game succeeds
with this outfit: olive green pants,
raspberry and olive green plaid,
flannel shirt and peacock blue
suspenders. Kids will love the
Dress up the kids for the fall
holidays. Loretta Lorion, of
Loretta Lorion in Bloomfield
Plaza, is outfitting toddler boys in
clothes with a European flair. "It's
no longer the look of the
traditional jacket, white shirt and
tie." Lorion suggests pleated
pants or trousers with a long


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Continued on Page 78

August 1986


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