THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, November 13, 1969
Page Six THE MICHKiAN DAILY Thursday, November 1 3,1969
1930 Vamp -Victori2a Romanic-ypyWaif-Go Guru !
How about beating soii new
drums fasion wvise t his year.
A definite wardrobe of expres-
sions longq or short is in store
for ny moo d or personality in
other word, yoll donl't hav e
be a 1 Igi lx r ),ouItto b
a I00~ Womii ~551 an! As Xi ss
1\ ud rex' Iabkc, imaigcr of lKa
BLHaii coi lets, "It's thlelook
oftb t11(11n(LIx dAL.
-A t hirt ics V.illlj) veraps,
M' 1IMN' Vbe you're the victorian1
rtn na ntic sort who) occatssionally
cnjox's dancing to the pulsating
rhyithmis of. a gypsy waif...
IFor yog 0i2$ iclined tranlscendalists
xx li not g0 Guru? W :hatever
sour *seceret little dream Inpight
he-nosv is the time to "puit it
together" with all the smash-
ing new fashions this year.
If your dream image is vamp,
parties this season are g~uaranteed
to make you shine in pre-season
metallics-worn short, s h o r t,
short! Dresses are kept soft and
simpe insatins, velvets, s i l k s
and jerseys that really cling.
Moguls of meditation 11 a've
invaded the GLIRu cult bringing
with them beads bells and other
eastern paraphernalia. Flowing
paisley robes, elaboratelycm
broidered caftans, and s a r i -
wxrapped silks wxill be xx eavinll in
the November breezes. Accord-
ing, to maxi-skirted romantics an
air of victorianna floats about
the crisp November winds, inl
black velvets, wvhite satins, mnass-
es Of ruffles, jabots of innocence,
heigh necklines and layers Of
Baelgian and Alencon laces.
Prospective fortuntellers con-
v cy the possible future to HIM X
w Nearing peasant style crepe
Ishirts tied at the waist with a
f ringed scarf. Banded heads in
buttterfly fashion is T' I-1 E
trademark of the y'oung nomad.
Richly embroidered vss draw--
string skirts blazing w ith color,
and an assortment of baubles,
bangles and beads, beads, beads
completes the forecast!
y'ou have to put up with using
pin or wide-wale corduroy.
One of the new looks this fall
is the soft, slinky, clingy dress,
made of mnatte jerscy, crepe
voile, satin, or, as is most pop-
ular, of panne knit or ,'elvet.
The panne material is appearing
in a wide variety of colors, rang-
ing from silver, and shimmering
gold to bright red-oranges and
deep royal purples. These "soft-
looking" dresses can be worn
for both casual and formal oc-
casions depending on the ac-,
The oblong scarf is another
new look being introduced this
y'ear. It. can be worn with pan,
suits or tunic dresses either
around the neck or waist.
Emphasis is being placed on
the vest, of course, especially
vest and pant ensembles . .. the
,word "sweater" is also taking
on a new meaning with the
appearance of the open cardigan
coats and sweater skirts...
a favorite double this season is
the little A-line dress that can
also be worn as a tunic top
over pants .
As far as winter-wear is
concerned, boots are appearing;
in as many different styles as
synthe'tic fur coats. Buckles are
being tised more often; the three-
ihheels arc another added fea-
ture. These boots will look par-
t icularly good with maxicoats.
and bell-bottom pants. The
newv ankle coaits have a v e r y'
heavy look. These can be worn
best with extremely long flared
pants. The ankle boot seems to
be more a fashion item than a
practical articles for w in te r
wear; it certainly would not pro-
vide much protection in t h e
snow; the lack of warmth is
Last, but not least, is t h e
item of hats. Like knitting, there
seems to be an upsurge in their
popularity. The floppy-brimmed
hats are sited most often on
campus, also hats made Of un-
finished leather. Hopefully, hats
are here to stay. . . year
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Knits and Other Miscellaneous Knacks
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Fasj:hion Qucstions and
Write Jaynes Flynn
c a The Daily
I xxcen or durin~g Classcs and %'ou 'll
gee irls here and there, knitting"
muff ler's, gloves, ocaps, 1ii() S C-
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ill1 earl' to nmake; olnce x ti
nlas icr t he stlit cli, yoticall f tin
ish a scairf in thrk.. to f (.)ti r
hourlIS. WtS 1an1ii' E penix [ e way
to bu ndlIc ti,,t1o.0( 1Fhe total
c opt. mnctiding nced les, xV o 0 1
ametc. beg ins at 5.
W hile w e're in die Sew ingdp r m n , t e e 11el s
cordurro}' is ,re~it to work with.
It lo oks like t vet and sews
vrr eas.ily . . . there's none of
the haggling aInd pulling of ma-
terial onl the sewing machine that
.m lxt II
Miss J and Ladybug
swing the classics to
a livelier upbeat tempo
.long drawn sweaters over
turtle pullovers over pants
and mini-minded skirts. Lapis
blue or cedar green wool. Sizes
6 to 13. Sweaters, sizes 36 to 40.
A. Shetland A-line skirt. 16.00
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Hurry While Selection Is
Still at Its Best
Corn color turtle-(-)%or. 13.00
Belted cardigan vest. 16,00
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