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May 28, 1993 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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STYLISH SHOES

(continued from page 33)

they look a little more finished
than a pair of basic loafers,
they're appropriate for the
office.
For casual wear, warm-
weather months always bring
two-tone shoes out of the clos-
et. Now is the time to lace up a
pair of saddle shoes or slip on a
pair of spectator loafers.
The maritime influence in
weekend wear means that can-
vas deck shoes will be popular.
If thrift-shop grunge is more
your style, you'll need a pair of
heavy-soled Doc Martens to
clunk around in. ❑

FORMAL DRESS
FOR MEN

The word is out, and it's just as
might be expected — basic is
best for men's formal attire.
While tuxedo fads have
come and gone — colored jack-
ets, ruffled shirts, palm-tree
print cummerbunds — basic
black has stood the test of time
as the only enduring evening
wear for a man of style.
According to the book Men

of Style: The Zoli Guide for the
Total Man, by Donald Charles
Richardson (Villard Books),
basic black or possibly mid-
night blue, are the only colors a
man of style would choose for
his formal wear.
His shirts are pleated and
solid white; they don't have ruf-
fles, edging, lace...or anything
else.
Bow ties also are basically
still black, as are cummer-
bunds, but the occasional use
of subtle color can be appropri-
ate when used with discretion.
As Richardson writes: "This
is one of those areas where per-
sonal fashion statement must
be left at home. The only state-
ment you want to make with
your tuxedo is that you're a
gentleman and you know how
to dress properly for an impor-
tant occasion."
While these directives may
sound disarmingly dull, don't
be fooled. Whether pm -chased
or rented, basic black tuxedos
come in an astonishing array of
fabrics, textures and cuts —
wool or rayon; single and dou-
ble-breasted jackets with shawl,
notched or peak lapels; point or
collared white shirts. ❑

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STYLE • SUMMER 1993 • 35

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