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September 05, 1987 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-05

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ASSURED

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OF WINDSOR

61st Annual
Fall Fur Sale

Come see Arpin's fabulous
1988 collection of fashion
furs, expertly crafted into to-
day's exciting new designs
. . . and of course, you are
assured of fine quality and
value when you shop Arpin's.

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Full Premium
on U.S. Funds
Duty and Sales
Tax Refunded

Sale prices on our
entire 1988 inventory.

Layaway at no
charge till Xmas.

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OF WINDSOR

Fur Specialists For Over 60 Years

484 Pelissier St. • DOWNTOWN WINDSOR
Parking Garage On Pelissier

Daily 9 to 5:30 • Fri. to 9 p.m.

96 FALL '87

1-519-253-5612

cotton in a deep shade of
emerald green that has a slight
sheen to it. Other favorites are
Anne Klein separates which
have longer jackets and fabrics
that do not wrinkle.
"I'll wear linen, but only if I
am going to be at my office,
never to a meeting.
"Men notice color" she con-
tinues, recalling the compli-
ments on the green suit at an
important meeting. "Another
time I wore a purple jacket and
my boss loved it, but it was a
very conservative cut.
Shoes? "Sure, I love them, but
they take a beating at the office.
I look for detail, such as a little
snakeskin, mid-heels and noth-

Executives
Florine Mark and
Susan Fisher
discuss the new
power dressing.

ing strappy," she says. "For field
work, I have to wear work
shoes and I also keep a pair of
slacks in my ofice, a necessity
for riding in Bell trucks. Men
don't have to worry about this,"
If it sounds as is the ward-
robe is confining, Fisher says
that there is always the week-
end. "I rarely wear a suit after
hours, and on Saturday nights
or to Michigan Opera Theater, it
is a dress and fancy hose, or a
skirt with a great sweater," she
says.
What does it all mean?
Maybe one of the trappings of
power and economic success is
a larger wardrobe, a bigger
closet, and a better filing system
to catalogue it all.
As Lynn Portnoy observes:
"Frivolity, outrageousness
well, that's part of fashion and
every woman needs a little of
that — but it's for the week-
ends," she says.

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