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Thursday, November 13, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Thursday, November 1 3, 1 969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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Corn tary

FASHION PAGE PHOTOS by RICHARD LEE
Studio ('ou ft'Ws), Uof NM P ho/ uct 's

1:1111 Fur coat
,ma (de of' natural
P-Frech rabbit in
Pew/cer-Whitc is
b)y I inden Crea-
/jofls of N\ewe
York.. Beneath is
a black. crepe
sulit hating flair
(rantsand ia tunic
top) with it
viatcc/aug scar.
( haracterined
by slash (pockets~
ant/ a cli pp"I
waist the
enisemI)ble'is
toped~ off b Yai
fur hat.
courtesy of
J acobsoni's.

(Colors range from the bright to
tie subdued, staying predonlin-
aItcly in pastels, with morc em-
phasis onl heathers. Blouses to
match and accent all the v ests
will be very full in the sleeves,
fashioned to look lightweight, al-
loxvin g freedom of the arms.
Bishop sleeves, having at least
three buttons, will add a con-
trasting fuillness to the 1 e a n
sweaters, Velvet blouses w o r n
with anly type of vest or swireat-
er will not only hats' a stylish
aIppeal but will also add warmth.
H eaxv tweed styles will domli-
nate the pants, which are meant
to simulate fuller legs, xxitbout
being heavily weighted t hei-
sel ves. Salt and peppers appear
more of tell thanl others with the
solids still present as reliable
seconds. Basically, flairs and
pleats will be sworn accompan-
M" the below-the-waist sweat-
Acessories xv ill be in a n v,
aInd the single limitation will be
the a votin t of space axvailable
to swear them. 'Matching hats for
the fur coats should top off the
coss~ack covering~s, allowing eith
er fur or leather gloves for the
finish. Lengths of scarves sprout-
ing fringes tip to six inches inl
length, will adorn both maxis
and midis. Ha nging about the
neck -will be loops and loops of
small link chain, gone for now
are pearls. Often replacing chains,
sill: scarves can flow doxwn to
xwa ist level or below, g i v n g
the same effect. Once again both
chain and scarves will emphasize
the long, lean length.
As the snoxws of the Rtussian
steppes approach Ann Arbor, the
scene will shift accordingly to
one of furs xith v aried lengths
and colors, which may bring
them a uiniq~ue atmosphere. Per-
haps the long look will revoltu-
ionize crossing the D~iag from
drtudgery to strolling through a
tquare somewvhere in :Moscoxv
Regardless, everything has gone
to lengths to bring about a
warm, action filled winter of a
Ui of M coed.

CAN A2 SUPERCHICKS FORGET
OTHER BEAUTY SALONS
AND FIND TRUE HAPPINESS AT
,g~e 9 hA ?
you bet your sweet (tj~/ooc}
they can !

7:z,

inarti walker's
25th
anniversary

607 south forest avenue
665-3601

10%

Off

the dedicated follower of fashion-james flynn
On This Year's
Winter Fashions

Now's the time to pur-
chase your winter coat.
Maxis to minis with
fake fur as an add ition-
al attraction.
J~ary Dibble
ANN ARBOR
1121 S. UNIVERSITY

V"ith fashion retreatlig to th1e
pa.st for ideas and styles, t h e
vew arotind Anlgell 1-Lill and the
stirrotunding campus xivill be
reminiscent of the winter scenes
1-rom the movie Dr. Zhitt~ju.
t ong rabbit furs, maxi coats,
miidis and ftir hats will cover U
of N1 coeds in the long; cold
m on thls. Now more than ever,
tecoats xx ill be the o .a1n.-
xxhere do any vthing sty le, dlesign1-
ed for apileal and w;,arnmth. The
heavy twee. ds0of1bygone ea 1r s
are trtuekx' gon, this winter t11
coats and twe, eds are createdclfor
wxarmth, vet intended to allow
lie ladies to keep active xvit hoot
thiat cun berson mc feeing 0fW bec-
mng overdressed.
Stylies are longn1xvW and the
o)II v commifent to he added is
that thleti vil I stav long, if not,
t1eiill x;stprobably do Imuchl
1U11l'1,lut a COItsandjackets
w\ent to the mit idis anid max is,
ex'er\ t lung else has picked u p tilte
Same growsing length1.
III addition to tile maxi,-111iii
1;r p, there are [lie "''Ion urs"'.

As t hey appelar, they are leopard,
plink, striped, dlotted or any,
ot her patterna desirable. Possibly
the most tinisIue feature, next to
lie vartiet 4 o styles and colors,
is thle price. Falling much below
the ''real furs'' (mink, Russian
sable, etc.) in price, they are well
xithin the range of most college
co-eds. Yet they command al-
ml ost the same distinction of the
moost expensive fotrs.
Benecath the niaxi coat comnes
a relative, the long sweater.
I ropping dcoxvn to below t h e
wxais t to thne middle of the thigh
aIre slim knit vests. (Intended to
complimeiit the maxi look.)
BothI sxweaters and vests h a y e
belts wxhich enable them to be
wvrapped .around the waist, ac -
centin- t lie siner, longecr girls'
fi tre. IThere are no bounds for
thae actuaIl knt styles either,
throu gloti t there are cables,
poor- boys and cardigans.
P'erhaaps the most becoming of
the knits is the crochet sweater
wxit Iia lon g belt wrapped loose-
kor left hanging at the sides.

10o off any
winter coat purchase

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maxi coats
car coats
fake fur coats
suede & leather coats
short & long jackets
suits
pantsuits
dresses
j umpers
wool skirts
sweaters
vests
blouses
wool slacks
jeans
turtlenecks
cotton and nylon tops
wool bermudas
scarfs
panty hose
sleep wear
purses
In every department you'll find

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