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March 21, 1987 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-21

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about having shirts made is that
there is no limit to what you can
do."
An outstanding look for
evening is the crepe de chine
formal shirt by Gerlin at R
Grumet, featuring gold and
enamel buttons.

TIES
There is more color than ever in
ties this spring. "We have had a
drastic change from stripes to
paisleys for the traditional man,"
says Rogin. "Many of our

Navy worsted wool suit with over-
checks of rose, blue and cream,
$255, by Evan-Picone For Men.

customers really like the bright
colors in the paisley ties for
spring." At Freeds, where their
real specialty lies in
complementing every suit or
sports coat with the right shirt and
silk tie, Freed says, "It's a much
more liberal world in mens'
fashion. Anything is acceptable
from paisleys to geometrics to
polka dots." At Mark Keller, you
will find Bill Robinson's ties are
mostly flowers, geometrics or
tapestries.

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