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October 10, 1965 - Image 10

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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1965

CTTNTIAY_ OCTOBER 18. 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Buckle-On
Bootery
The fashionable foot looks ready
for skiping, or fresh from hop-
scatch. New York has borrowed,
once more, from the realm of
childhood to create the new height
in shoe style. The toes are blunted,
or even circular. Casual shoes fea-
ture demi-lacings in the front, or
a little girl strap across the in-
step. The whole effect of the shoe
is further softened by the use of
huggable suede or the most fragile
of leathers. Also, much of the
casual footwear this year features
small rising heels, reminiscent of
tap dance equipment.
Dress shoes are riddled with
cookie cuts, for a darily bare foot.
The sling-back pump, with its shy
jet heel, is the order of the day.
More extreme designs slash away
the whole back of the shoe, in the
style of bedroom slippers. Toe
ornamentation ranges from the
familiar lacings or straps, to strips
of multi-colored leather. But, once
again, the trend is definitely away
from vicious pointed toes and
acrophobic heels.
The final word in foot-wear is
the boot, popularized by Courrege.
This particular boot is not of the
rain-and-weather variety, but
makes its entrance in turbulent
cocktail hours. It is white and
bare, reaching a scant few inches
up the calf. Courrege sees his
plain, tubular shoe fashion as a
new wave. The first approach of
high g ometric style to the foot.

Fashion Finds What
Little Girl Is Made Of

Mesmerized by the flurry of
fashion issuing forth from the
Little Girl Boutique, the modern
woman refuses to cross her thres-
hold without her white stockings,
smocked dress and Maryjane
shoes. She is no longer a fascinat-,
ing, doe-eyed woman of mystery,
but an open-faced go-go girl.
Even when she borrows from the
masculine world of fashion, she
wears the poor "boy" sweater
rather than the "man" tailored
shirt. Her aging face, an old
friend after twenty years, must
now be abandoned in the best
Shirley Temple tradition.
The fresh-from-the-pram motif
requires that the devote affect the
"total look" of childhood. She
must don skirts that are raised

3-4 inches above the knee.' The
leggy effect is accentuated by
white stockings and flat pumps.
The high heel is as obsolete as
yesterday's Little Archie comic
book. Dresses are loose-fitting, the
bust almost nonexistent. Suspen-
ders are big, as are lacy collars
and knitted bonnets.
The face too must be that of a
child. To accentuate the wide-eyed
look of innocence, the arched eye-
brow which once suggested sophis-
tication must go. This is accom-
plished with either powder or long
bangs. A merry-go-round blush is
"in" as are pale, pale lips.
Having affected the Little Girl
Look, the middle-aged teenager
now drags at her chocolate cigaret,
confident that she is, at last, in
vogue.

Some Nei
Thought
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In the way of women's sho
the new "Alley Oop" style is "in
It features the new Huron Tow<
look which has the power to p
inches on a girl where she nee
it most-in her feet. Nine out
ten of these shoes are sold at t
University and the tenth one go
~ to MSU.
Men's shoes also have many n
features. There is the Johns
special-it leads you around wil
out you knowing it but when y
do something it doesn't like
starts to hurt you.
-The Daily special - a c
item.
MSU special - picks up d
droppings as you walk around.
Hatcher special - likes to e
pand.
SGC special-fairly ineffect
shoe with a lot of glare and poli
,. Student special-one of 34,
just like it.

ONE FOR THE MONEY-Dark slacks, white oxford shirt and
matching blue Hopsack jacket and tie will add to your own per-
sonal assets.

In time with the switch to more color and design in men's fashion, the brown wingtip shoe is
finding favor with the well dressed BMOC. The loafer however remains as strong a seller as ever.

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Formal Dress Gains Popularity
With the College Man

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TWO FOR THE SHOW-For the casual date, picture yourselves
in a green corduroy jumper for the ladies and the ever popular
lambswool V neck for the men.
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DRESSES
VELVETS
CREPES
BROCADES
LACES
Beautiful blacks
deep rich colors
pastels
priced from

THE
MCHIGAN
DAILY
FALL FASHION
SUPPLEMENT
published by the
Promotions and
Display detartments
of The
Michigan Daily
Promotions:
Liz Wissman
Bruce Hillman
Lisa Matrose
Mark Zacks
Display:
Susan Perlstadt
Photography:
Steve Goldstein

Formal men's wear is becoming
more popular than ever. Tuxedos,
once thought of as bulky and un-
comfortable have found new fame
as a result of the introduction of
lightweight synthetics in this line.
In addition to the traditional
black, tuxedos now are available
in many colors and patterns. Es-
Madras tuxedo for use in the sum-
pecially popular seems to be the
mer months.
The tuxedo shirt has been mod-
ified from a lacy affair, to flat
work woven into elegant design.
In some cases, men are using
buttons instead of the usual jewel-

ed studs. Cuff links however are
still a necessary accessory to the
proper formal picture.
A popular misconception of the
tuxedo as a high priced attire,
only for those with money to
spare is drastically miscast. Com-
plete tuxedo outfits including shirt
studs and tie are available from
$55. Formal wear can, however,
run into three figuredprices, de-
pending upon the taste and the
budget. A tuxedo is an essential
and worthwhile addition to the
gentleman's wardrobe, and should
be used when the occasion calls
for it.
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UMSEU special-has a tender
to squeak.
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