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March 26, 1988 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-26

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item," according to Dave Drew,
manager of Kappy's in
Farmington Hills. "Crafted in
conservative colorations and
fabrics, they are simply options
to their single-breasted
counterparts in today's business
Shades of gray, ranging from
slate and charcoal to cement
and pumice, dominate the
tailored clothing color story. The
new neutrals — luggage,
oatmeal, taupe and sand
inject variety into classic suitings,
but the freshest looks, according
to Kosins, combine the neutrals

"N ew fabrics in
tailored clothes are
wool crepes, washed
silks and crinkled

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with gray or navy. He went on
to say that the predominant
patterns in tailored clothing are
stripes of all types, tic weaves,
and subtle checks and plaids.
The new fabrics in tailored
clothes are wool crepes, washed
silks and crinkled linens.
"Tropical wools, poly/wool
blends and raw silks are
important, too," adds Kosins.
This season also finds a
heavier emphasis on dress shirts
with the lower button stance on
suits and sport coats exposing
more shirt front. Fancier textured
patterns such as ribbon stripes
and herringbones also
complement the textured
suitings. The new styling details
include oversized pockets,
contrast stitching and
embroidered designs or crests.
French cuffs continue to be
important for use with
understated cuff links, as do the
traditional collar mainstays like
the tab collar, pin collars, point
collars, spread collars, and
button-down collars, often
appearing in contrasting white to
add crispness.

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