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PAGE SIXTEEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1965

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1965

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1985

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COLOR IS IN:
Sky's The
Limit In
New Ties
For months during the long
hot summer,mcollegiate males
trekked past men's stores in the
larger cities and looked with as-
tonishment at the hideous look-
ing, manay colored Paisley ties
being displayed in the window.
They wondered who in the world
would wear the ghastly things
and where would they wear
them. Then August came and it
was back to school and there
was the answer. Everyone wears
the fantastic new Paisley ties.
They go with evertyhing because
they don't really- match any-
thing.dTheyrgo everywhere be-
cause. they don't belong any-
where.
There. is a feeling of conquest
the first time you try on your
new tie. An uplifting indepen-
dence, a damned the rest of the
world and its conventions feel-
ing.
The ties are available in all of
Ann Arbor's finest men's stores
and range in price from $2.50 to
$7.50. F or that next special oc-
casion try one-if you care
enough to wear the very best.

Casual Sophistication
Key To Men's Wear

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1965 is the ,year that the Eng-
lish tweed look finally came back
into style. It took about ten
years for the Ivy League look to
fade out of the picture and give4
the Midwestern schools a chance
to show their stuff. The tab col-a
lared shirt went out in a quick
blaze of glory, but executives are
still trying hard to hold onto it.
This is the year that the cas-
ual look is the most popular. The,
epiglottis (Adam's Apple) return-
ed to its natural position with
the button down collar's come-
back. This of course brought9
with it the wider ties, but the,
stripes, color combinations, and,
prints are all new to men's fash-;
ions.
The well dressed male has a
wider selection of colors and ap-
parel. He may mix and match to;

The Michigan Daily
to thank the followii
whose clothes are sei
throughout the supjp

his heart's content: white or
colored shirt, plain, print, or
striped tie, vest or no vest, cuffs
or no cuffs, and occasionally,
cufflinks sneak into the picture.
Adolph Menjou, who perpet-
ually dressed to the hilt, once
said that the proper gentlemen
never exposed the hair of his leg
when in public (beach parties
excluded). Executive length hose
are now a necessisty to proper
dress and they aid in givingrsup-
port at the same time.
With such a broad selection of
paraphernalia, what is the fin-
ished blend to convey? Casual
diversity is the goal. Striped
shirt beneath a patterned tie
and vest, textured sport coat,
dark pants, and brown shoes
might provide one good answer.
The BMOC is now attired in
simple elegance.

Englander's
Camelet Brothers
Redwood and Ross

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MODEL

rUn TO AU GO GO-Women's dresses take on the look of the newest craze. The dresses move in
the opposite direction of the body to make the action twice the fun. Men wear the formal vest, or
the dashing Herringbone suit.

TWO IS COMPANY--Our young lady wears a belted sheath of
blue and white, her male admirer surrounds her in a mohair
beige sport jacket.

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3'S A CROWD-Bold black and white plaid combats the smart
but less daring grey herringbone jacket and patterned tie.

New Ways,
To Pass
Rainy Days
The annual autumn rains have
again hit the Ann Arbor scene,
bringing with them this time a
rash of novel looking rain gear. A
touch of high-fashion originality
has been added to the practicality
of traditional black umbrellas and
army--drab rain parkas.
Zippered rain coats now come
in a spectrum of colors ranging
from Oriental Gold to Apple Red.
A' size range from extra-small to
extra-large offers insurance that
all will be protected from Octo-
ber's torrential onslaught.
Yellow slickers of fireman fame
are very popular this year. The
shiny surface offers ultimate pro-
tection from the weather and also
calls up nostalgic remembrances
of happy patrol-boy days.
Raincoat accessories are both
functional and flattering. Rain
boots, often reaching to the knee.!
come in colors which match the
raincoat. Fully rubberized, they
will prevent that chronic autumn
disease known as "Weejun wrin-
kle."
Rainhat complete the "total
look" in rain garb. Traditional
clear-plastic, fold-up hats have
been augmented with a variety of
interestingly shaped hats. Wide-
brimmed hats offer the ultimate
in protection from the elements.

Marilyn Pershin
Julianne Aho
Jan Holmquist
David Weisburg
Hank Buick
Jim Braberic
Rita Greskin
Leslie Li
Steve Goldman

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sharkskins
hopsacks
worsteds
chalk stripes
herringbones

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Solid colors, sizes S, M, L, XL.

THREE TO GET READY-The morning makes the day as these
three wise beauties know. Still wrapped in the sleepy warmth of
their good little nightgowns, they prepare themselves for class.
The growns, syrupy concoctions of lace and old-fashioned frills,
reach down to the ankles.
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