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March 21, 1987 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-21

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show stopper was a white
chemise dress with splashes of
pink flowers.
Pamela Swift custom designs
evening clothes. She can design
beaded dresses for that special
occasion.
Candace Barker of Hudson's
notes that a perfect addition to
your wardrobe is "the all white,
lace dress for evening."

SHOES
Bally in the Somerset Mall has
many shoes with exotic
snakeskin trim and matching
handbags. "The way we position
ourselves is the difference
between dressed and well
dressed," says Peter Cobuzzi,
director of public relations at
Bally.
Rob Wolk, of Sundance Shoes,
notes the popularity of summer
boots. "The newest rage is the
short boots for summer. They
look great with the skirts," says
Wolk. Spring colors like white,
pink and denim blue are
fashionable. Wolk adds that the
boots come in many styles. Some
have fringe and glitz, while others
are subdued.
ACCESSORIES
Large and small bows are
perfect for the hair. Also, braids
are popular. Matching shoes,
handbags and outfits along with
driving gloves are important.
Dickinson notes the popularity of
suspenders for men and women.
She adds that scarfs are making
a comeback, too. "We are
resurrecting them."

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Jewish News

Black and white crepe dress has
small bodice and fluid skirt, and
contrast insert, by Liz Claiborne.

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