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THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

St AX, VIARCII 27. 1966

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Polka-Dots Make Grand
Entrance in Men's Wear

The big shirt boom is now con-
centrating on making the polka
dot an everyday occurrence in
men's fashions. The pin-stripe will
retain its respectability, of course.
but designers arehoping that the
shirt will begin to make its way
out from under wraps. Already
the mass of pin-striped shirts
being produced are done in multi-
colors, usually a mixture of other
favorites such as olive and ma-
roon.
The polka-dot shirt, may, of
course, be worn with a tie under
any type of suit jacket. The tail-
ored effect is best achieved by a
polka dot when it is assembled

with a tuxedo or plainly colored
dinner jacket. For slightly more
vivid looks, this shirt wears well
under a tweed sports jacket or a
finely patterned suit. But the real
aim of the creators of such wild
new shirts is to release it com-
pletely from the simple context of
something to be worn "under-
neath." Soon, they hope, men will
awake to the possibilities of shirts
worn for their own decorative ap-
pearance. Then the shirt will be-
come an autonomous product, sim-
ply tucked in, with no need of
further adornment. Or, as things
progress in the rapid world of
fashion, the shirt may become a
pullover affair, worn bloused over
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If this change is effected, it
will certainly be a radical one for
men's fashion. The vest is already
regaining popularity in response
to the new felt freedom of the
shirt. Worn open and high, it
leaves much room for the most
complex of patterns to show
through. Another attempt at tak
ing the conservatism out of the .>.
shirt, is the artful new forms of THE SPORTS JACKETS featur
cloth weaving. Effects such as seonwihaslrdyntd
latticework and herringbone ar eason which has alredy "tro
currently quite popular on the green. The plain jacket is meant
market. Either jacket will make a fine ac
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ed this Spring are brighter than ever before. Pictured above, two of the more conservative coats In a
uced a flowered jacket or two. The checkered jacket is a crisp blend of warm browns and subtle olive
t for the man who prefers to exhibit the tailored cut of his coat, rather than a vivid color or pattern.
Adition to the student's wardrobe.
Raincoats and Slickers To Play
An Intrigung New Spring Role

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The spies coming in from' the
cold are all appearing in the most
radiant rainwear in years. Top
choices are still the trench-coat
variety, but a wide selection of
new fabrics promises that the Lon-
don fog may have a real battle
on its hands. The oysterband
khaki colored coats that have
populated the storms of several
recent seasons will not disappear,
of course. In fact, manufacturers
have recently introduced the
"Trench Suit." Composed of a

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belted over coat, the suit features
a matching A-lined skirt of the
same rain-wear material. Advanc-
ed sales to the public have been
encouraging, and a further line of
raincoat-and-accessary is in the
planning.
The silver and gold fabrics of
the opulent royalty of the past
have been an inspiration for a
wide range of synthetic materials.
Using these glimmering materials,
designers in New York and on the
West Coast especially, have pro-
duced startling looks which gleem
like metal. In rainwear, the fav-
orite fabric has been a polished
silver, which seems somehow ap-
propriate to hte' gray weather of
a rain storm. However, since the
fabrics are themselves rather ex-
pensive, the vogue in silver rain-
coats will probably be reserved to
the city and kept offf the college
campuses.
Most likely to succeed at Mich-
igan, and many other of the large
universities around the country,
are the gay plastic slickers. In the
past few years, Goodyear rubber

company has proved the popu-
larity of a raincoat that is both
inexpensive and durable. However,
the appearance of these rubberized
parkas has become almost too
common, and designers have be-
gun to improve upon it. Using the
simple pattern of a child's slicker,
the new raincoats will add a wild
growth of flowers, prints, and Op
patterns. Several Ann Arbor stores
already carry the first of these
productions, mostly the modest
flowered variety. However, if the
market proves successful, the next
few months may see a steady flow
of ever-more daring designs. ath-
coats sectioned into Mondrian pat-
terns are already extremely popu-
lar, and the field is just opening.
The last of the recent additions
to the growing rainwear trend is
the sailcloth coat. After suitable
treatment, the cloth becomes en-
tirely water-repellent and provides
an interesting change in fashion
texture. Like the plastic slickers,
the sailcloth creations have begun
to appear in wild young stripes
and checkerboards.

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