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rHE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1967'
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 196/
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Look for Bright Colors
In Boots, To
By NADINE COHODAS
The major trend in casual wear
this winter is bright, exciting, and
daring with a touch of tradition.
Pant-dresses, kilts, pant-skirts,
and knit shells are the newest
items with many accessories to
complete an outfit.
For added spark as well as
warmth this winter vinyl boots,
both knee and over-the-knee
length, "clunky" shoes with chains
or buckles, textured or opaque
tights, and zippered gloves have
been added to enhance an outfit.
The brightness of this year's
casual apparel appears in almost
all the fashions from knit tops to
skirts to tights and boots. To go
with this new surge of gaily at-
tired legs, skirts, kilts, pant-skirts,
and pant-dresses are very, very
Tradition with Flair
On the more traditional side,
sweaters and skirts are still in
the conventional plaids and solid
colors but with fancier matching
sweaters. Some of these newer
ps and Skirts
sweaters now have belts and pock-
ets in addition to being less bulky
than last year's.
'U' coeds can readily find both
the newer and traditional apparel
in the Ann Arbor stores. Saks
Fifth Avenue's Coed Shop features
the brightly colored, ultra-short
knit pant-dresses from $15 to $45,
as well as kilts, pant-skirts, swea-
ters, and knit shells in the $3 to
Kilts and pant-skirts il the $9
to $16 range are carried by Marti
Walker and Kay Baum long with
a variety of striped and checked
shells and sweaters, $5 to $15.
Villager and Ladybug }
For the more conservative dress-
er, the recently-opened Bagpiper
Shop on South U., the Village
Store, the Marilyn Shoppe, and
Kay Baum carry the traditional
skirt and sweater ensembles,
along with slacks, wool bermudas,
and accessories. All of these stores
feature the Ladybug, and Villager
lines with the skirts, weaters,
slacks and bermudas running any-
where from $14 to $25.
Wriggle ten toes in cozy Muffins . . . two
puffs of deep luxurious shearling -with soft
suede bottoms and tops. No right or left, either Muffin
fits either foot. In a rainbow
of toasty warm colors,
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FUR AND FIT are the news in winter coats this season, with fur
often at the cuffs and hemline too. Tall, shiny boots make the
costume "complete." Coat at Jacobson's Miss J Shop, $78.
Shoe designers are adding
stretch to women's shoe fashions "
this year. They are fascinated
with the fashion possibilities of
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Designer Dave Evins told "Foot-
wear News" recently, "I'm getting
a little weary of ornamented shoes
. .light shoes without decora-
tions look fresher. I see three di-
rections: The classic look inter-
preted in shelled-out shallow
vamps (squared or V-throated) on
squarish toes and bold heels;
completely open sandals, a strip- '"
ped feeling but not really strippy;
and the use of stretch materials
in types of footwear other than
boots . . . open shanks, instep
straps, and so on." k2
Capezio is showing the func-
tional, fashionable stretchy shoe
look, too. Being previewed are
sandals and soft, pliable flats, us-
ing leather trims to hold stretchy
vinyl in place.
Sandler of Boston uses shiny
stretch combined with leather.
Kickerinos does a monk-strap
shoe-boot in stretchy vinyl, and
offers it in a range of 20 colors.
A variety of stretch materials
are being used for all sorts of
looksshiny, t e x t u r e d, smooth
Each season, Sandler of Boston
promotes one color in depth for
its moccasin story. For next
spring, it is Woodhue, a hand-
some reddened brown with the
look of an actual wood grain. De-
tailed with gleaming brass studs,
it will be made into new moccasin
styles and eye-catching handbags.
Boots are selling big this year,
many Ann Arbor stores report.
"Sometimes we sell even two or
three different styles to one cus-
tomer." Girls seem to like a pair
of sturdy boots for all kinds of
weather, in addition to a pair of
close-fitting, small-heeled boots
for' dress.-.i I .
High boots with laces are add-
ing an old-time flavor to boot
fashions.' Also being show nare FOR LEISURE TIME or at-home
more styles in apres-ski boot wear,
and the thigh-high boot is more long and lean is the look. New th
popular than ever. or long plaid kilt. Both at Jacobsor
east side west side campus main
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Our collection of English and Scottish ffull-fash-.-
toned sweaters are especially good looking this
Fall. A wide varWet y of patterns, textures(and st ylcs
in great new Fall colorings.
A. Distinctive Scottish slietland cable knits in V-neck
or new crew neck models.-
16.00 to 25.00
13. Classic shetland crew ,neck pullovers by
McGeorge, hared-framed and fully fashioned.
C. Our comfortable 5-button cardigans in either link
stitch wool or fine imported alpaca.
20.00 to 27.50
D. Cox Moore's English lambs wool v-necks, band
framed and fully fasi ioned, comfortable s addle
New with us. this Fall - Scottish lambs wool turtlenecks by
McGeorge, saddle shoilder,fully fashioned ... ,..... , 20.00
MON. & FRI.
EVER-POPULAR BLACK and white is combined in chiffon and
satin for this holiday dress, perfect for many occasions. Shown at
Jacobson's Miss J Shop, $28.
GAMES and HOBBIES
for family, friends, and boyfriends
TWISTER BOAT KITS JIG SAW PUZZLES
PLANE KITS AVALON HILL GAMES
HOCKEY GAMES STOCKING STUFFERS
UNUSUAL STUFFED ANIMALS CHESS SETS
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"THE STORE FULL OF UNUSUAL GIFTS"
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OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS
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1208 S. UNIVERSITY