THE MICHIGAN DAILI
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 10 1965
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1965
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Legs in Big Ch
To Get Into Ste
Accompanying t h e lengthened
fashion leg, which currently
stretches at least an inch above
the knee, there comes the need to
make use of all that exposed blank
area. And designer hose provide
the current answer. However,
these are not simple things of
sheer nylon. The Great Leg for
Autumn will display the complexi-
ties of design Baroche Relief.
First, there are the Textured
Stockings, maintaining an almost
reactionary transparent appear-
ance. The simplest of this variety
feature a network of raised stripes,
or at the most, a web of diamond
crosses. From here, the pattern
makers have evolved beyond the
wildest fancies of the most ambi-
tious spider. Heavy black string is
used to imitate the mesh hose of
a chorus girl. Roses wind them-
selves downward on the trellis of
a woman's leg. And the latest
whim of one articulate young de-
signer is the intricate weaving of
numbers, or even words. Soon, the
well-dressed dowager will be able
to order truly personal stockings,
with her own name artfully woven
Opaque tights are becoming in-
creasingly popular, partly because
of their garter-less wearing ease.
Plain, smooth finished tights are
avaliable in vibrant colors, to
mingle with the new sharpness of
hue in clothing. Or, to simply draw
the eye with a bold contrast. A
mad array of zingy stripes and
clashing huge dots are also
marketed this year, with a large
number of stripes running hori-
But by far the biggest news is
the spree of matching tops 'n'
socks. Jersey slipovers, printed in-
to a display of giddy paisleys or
fierce little checks, come wrapped
with their own matching hose.
The look is that of an over-all
"stretch," accentuating bold long
arms as well as legs. The popular
sweep of the Poor Boy sweater
has encouraged manufacturers to
put out a tandem collection of
ribbed wool tops with coordinated
woolen long socks, complete with
However, with all the wild pat-
terning of legs, there is aheavier
look. Girls will have to keep their
own calves extra-thin.
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This courageous courrege wearer sets the pace for what is certain
to become the fashion hit of the season on the college campus.
Matching colored hose provide additional special treatment.
A flurry of color is sure to attract any man's eye. Matched tights
and shirt worn with a bright orange shift provide ample shine.
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Maybe it's the incredibly low price. Or the
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is a demonstration ride. Why not today?
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Our gal finds it hard to decide which of the many purse styles now
in style, to take home.
for U. of M. Music
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN GLEE CLUB:
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Songs of American Universities
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BAND:
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To Young Set
The night of the peignoir is
over! Instead, we find the Granny
Gown is reigning supreme. This is
a floor-length flannel gown, with
a high collar, long puffy sleeves
and a ruffle at the bottom. Ex-
pect one of these from your boy-
friend if his oedipal complex re-
verts back an extra generation,
but be pleasantly surprised, you
won't look like your grandmother
in this creation (unless you have
a very youthful looking grand-
For those of you who like the
opposite extreme, bikini pajamas
might be more to your liking. As
striking as the Granny Gown, only
in an entirely different way, they
are available in an assortment
beyond belief. For example there
is one which is a chartreuse bi-
kini with a chartreuse net cape
over it. Should you desire some-
thing a little more conservative,
there is an eyelet bikini also with
a matching cape. Whichever you
choose, you can be sure of a really
If you want something to cover-
up anything from bikini pajamas
to Granny Gowns, long robes are
the perfect idea. Appearing most
frequently in the empire style,
they are thervery thing in chic
fashion. Their'long flowing lines
in various materials make them
useful not only as coverups, but
also as casual wear for that late
Don't despair if the current look
just isn't you: the comfortable
(alas, but sexless) sweatshirt is
still fashionable for wear on al-
most any occasion, sleeping very
FLASH - Men - don't throw
away those old tie bars you have-
n't used since junior high. The
word is that next Year the shirt
collar will needa bar. Also in
the forecast is a switch from Ox-
ford to broadcloth.
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All you need are Collegetown and
Hudson's to get in on the
newest fun going. Collegetown
makes the pants. Smooth-fitting,
straight-legged, kicky-ankled bell
bottoms. Hudson's chose the tops
to show them off. Great little
tuck-ins that do a color encore.
The result? A look so young and
vervy, it has to be yours. Hudson's
Junior Sportswear, Westland 2nd.
A. Herringbone bell bottoms,
hipster style. Come in navy,
cranberry or loden, 5-15, $15.
Turtleneck Orlon' acrylic
sweater, navy, cranberry, loden,
34 to 40, $2. B. No-waistband
bell-bottoms. Navy, camel, loden
wool, 5-15, $12. Little nothing
striped sweater in Orlon acrylic.
loden/string, 34-40, $7. C.
Neatly belted loden, 5-15, $13.
Poor boy sweater of Orlon®
acrylic, S, M, L, $8.
Cranberry or loden.
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