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Conservative
Hat Fashions
Most Popular
Well Dressed Man
To Have Wide Choice
In Fall Colors, Styles
Since the days of M. Antoine
Gibus and his revolutionary "Gi-
bus" folding opera hat, style-con-
scious males have kept an eye
open for the newests in hat fash-
ions.
But the well dressed young col-
lege student this year need not
worry about shedding last year's
conservative trend.
Basic hat colors and shapes will
remain the same.
Brims Narrow
For business wear,rthe narrow
brim and tapered crown of last
winter heads the list for the well
.dressed student.
The brim has been cut slightly
smaller but the popular center
crease and "raw edge" remain the
same.
Usually a "must" for college
males, colors range from dark
tones to slightly lighter combina-
tions of brown and black or olive.
The same narrow brim and
dented crown hat is also popular
for campus sport wear. Leading
the list is the Popular Austrian
Tyrolean.
Textures "ough
Strictly for sports and casual
wear; the jaunty headpiece has
the rough texture with a combina-
tion of colors ranging from olive
to daik brown.
Medallions and feathers give
the Tyrolean the European look
and can be used to compliment
the sporting favorite.
Perenially a favorite with the
college man is the poplin cap with,
of course, a belt : in back. Plain
colors in tan and grey match car
coats and afford protection from
sun and rain at the same time.
Caps Return
The herringbone cap is back
again to safeguard the young
gentleman from the wintry blasts
and give him' the best in sporting
style.
Semi-formal functions, such as
dinners, dances and weddings re-
quire a homburg or snap brim
hat. Your choice of colors range
from black, dark grey or the popu-
lar midnight blue.
Choosing the proper hat color
has perplexed many an ambitious
male but with a few simple rules
he can solve this sometimes frus-
trating problem.
Brown is in order for currency
green, brown or cordovan suits,
both bluerand gray suits are flat-
tered by gray hats.
Care Advised
Use a soft brush or cloth to
clean your. hat, brushing with the
nap. When a sudden downpour
drenches your stylish hat, push
out all creases and turn up the
brim. Allow it to dry naturally as
many'expensive hats have been
ruined by the hurried male with
his "quick-dry" techniques.
Before you encounter a rough
day and perspiration soaks the
band, protect it by putting Scotch
Tape inside the band to prevent
soiling.
A flat surface should beused
when putting the hat away rather
than ruining its shape on a hook
or on top of other hats.
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As has been the case since the
introduction of the Ivy suit, evolu-
tion, not revolution, is the word in
college men's suits for this year.
Stressed more strongly this year
are dark-tones, especially in wor-
sted fabrics. And the new, dis-
tinctive filip this year is the
matching vest.
Worsted is by all odds the most
fashionable suit material this year,
which should prove a disappoint-
ment to those who prefer the
"tweedy" look. Tweeds are still
acceptable, but a wise suit-buyer
should already have a hard-fin-
ished suit before choosing another
tweed.
'Herringbones First
Herringbones are probably the
most popular suit pattern this
year, but the unpatterned look
scores high on hard-finished suits.
A comparatively new pattern, the
"barleycorn" will very likely see
its most popular season.
Decorative stripes, both on her-
ringbone and plain suits, will not
be as popular this year as in recent
years, but still add interest.
No changes have been made in
the cut of this year's suits. Still
with us are the traditional three
button, straight cut suits with
unpleated narrow pants and un-
padded shoulders. Some concession
has been made to Mid-Western
tastes with the addition of a small
amount of shoulder padding.
Buckles Decline
Suit pants should come without
the buckle in the back. With a
suitcoat, the buckle is not seen,
and will wear the suit coat un-
necessarily.
Buckles already on suits can be
removed when alterations are
made.
Suit pockets will have flaps, but
patch pockets will only appear on
very few suits, usually "specialty"
models.
Vests Not New
Vests are nothing new, as mid-
dle aged Englishmen have worn
them for many years. The .big
news is that the vests are being
taken up and put on by more and
more college students, as the popu-
larity of the vest moves west.
Vests made their first ripple last
year, when they were sported by
the University avant-guarde Vests
are definitely not required wear,
but, what ever his opinion of vests,
the intelligent suit-buyer would
do well to order one with his iext
suit. If a vest is looked on with
distaste, it can be tucked away
in a drawer, to be used only if
the dictates of fashion make it
necessary. .1
Shades of green have been ac-
corded a permanent place on the
racks of local men's clothing
stores. Once considered just a
temporary fashion in men's cloth-
ing, the continued popularity of
green has established it as the
fourth acceptable color for men's
suits.r
Colors Listed
The other three are the standard
brown, blue and black. Blue defi-
nitely considered more formal this
year than any of the other shades.
Shades of gray are this year'si
most popular colors. A gray suit
is the best for all around wear,+
fitting in equally well at formal
or informal occasions. The maxim
that a grey or blue suit were the
only acceptable suit colors for,
formal wear, has been disregarded,j
either through ignorance or dis-
regard of the distinction. Grey,:
however, because of its all around]
usefulness remains the best choicef
for a basic wardrobe. Suit-buyers
can take their choice of a numberi
of different shades ranging from1

EVOLUTION, NOT REVOLUTION:
Men's Suits Stress Dark Tones

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shades than in the past. Appropri-
ate for all occasions are the dark-
est brown shades.
New Shoe Styles
Provide Comfort,
Stylish Fashions
The men's shoe story on campus
this year is much the same as
last, with slightly shifted empha-
sis to the desert boot and tennis
shoes for casual wear.
The suede. desert boot, long a
favorite, has received added em-
phasis this year, now being worn
with all casual outfits. Popular
colors are buff and grey; but
shades ,range from royal blue to
ivory. The buckle-in-the-back
trend has hit this style in shoes
with some success.
The tennis shoe is worn for
classes and most casual occasions.
Style stresses the unclean, with
white coloring apparent only' the
first few days of wearing.
Other classic fayorites for cas-
ual wear include the loafer, the
tan buck oxford and the saddle
oxford in tan buck and black or
grey buck and black.
For more formal occasions, the
plain toe cordovan oxford pre-
dominates, with the wing-tip ox -
ford a remote second. The ex-
tremely low and pointed Italian
styles, never campus favorites,
have declined almost to non-
existence.
For the all-around shoe, the
plain toe brown cordovan appears
to fill most male bills.

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