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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sundav. March 19, 1967

Sundav, March 19, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

±Iiateing Cover-ups and Wgss
Complinient Bare Bathingy Suits -. " . %Fi

r~l . ...... .Evolution of
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Spring is coming and so is sun!
bathing time. Swimsuits and play-
suits this year are bolder and barer
than ever.
Michigan sunning spots will rival
the famous uninhibited European
beaches.
Two piece suits are getting barer
than ever. Ruffled, striped, rib-
boned, and sparkled, they are sure
to catch anyone's glance. Girls
who have mothers who won't let
them have a two piece can have

a hay day picking out a one piece
suit this year. One piece suits often
appear barer than two piece suits.
In fact, some one piece suits have
so many pieces cut out of them
,that you wonder that they can

hipster pants. As more and more
people buy tiny bathing suits,
more and more are buying beach
cover-ups too. t
The fashion industry hasn't for-
gotten anything for the beach

The most common article
clothing in a man's wardrobe

of
is,

be called one piece at all, from head to toe. The newest
Not only are bathing suits thing for after swim wear are ima-
making news this year. Beach ginative headdresses and multi-
cover-ups are varied as the suits colored wigs. These wigs are sup-
that they go with. Many suits come posed to match your hair color.
with their own matching mini Some of them, made of Dynel, are
dress or jacket and many bikinis solid blue, green, yellow, orange or
come with their own matching a combination of all these colors.

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THANK YOU
to everyone who helped put out the
1967 Spring Fashion Supplement.
CLOTH ES-Jacobson's
MODELS-Pat O'Donohue and Lynn Goldsmith
PHOTOGRAPHERS-Tom Copi and Andy Sacks

STAFF-Peter Doren
Susan Lerner,
Ass. Mgr.
Martha Weiner,
Ass. Mgr.

SPECIAL HELP--
Linnen Anderson
Kathy Brownx
Kim Kendall
Kathy Morgan

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PAT'S DRESSED TO KILL in her rugged military pant suit.
Available at Jacobson's.
War Has Influence
On Campus Fashions

PROMOTIONS MANAGER-Susan E. Benschop

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Our Spring collection of light weight suitings §
and sport coats of fers you many unique
and attractive fabrics and shades.§
Softly, naturally tailored to provide the
ultimate in appearance and comfort.§
SUITS $70 to $125$. SPORT COATS $5S0 to $9 5.
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va Boe §
ANN ARBOR DETROIT §
326 South State St. 41 East Adams *

The Vietnam conflict is exert-
ing an increasing influence upon1
our everdyay lives. Not remaining
unaltered is the spring clothes
collection among the college stu-
dents.
This fashion movement is not<
new. It is merely a continuation of
last fall's and winter's army sur-
plus look, which perhaps achieved1
its height in the thick, wool, chief
petty officer's shirt.
This spring, however, promises
quite a bit of olive green and
khaki in lighter weight fabrics.1
The drab t-shirt with a printed

serial number has a lot of poten-
tial for the warmer weather and
so does the short sleeve U.S. Army
dress shirt. Khaki bushman ber-
mudas with the multi-purpose
patch pockets didn't catch on last
summer but are back again for
another attempt.
To purchase these clothes you
must go a little out of your way
to an army surplus dealer. But the
prices are so low that it is well
worth it. There is, of course, an-
other way to obtain military cloth-
ing at an even lower price, but
that method would be so ludicrous
we won't even mention it.

his pants. And they are becoming
more common in a woman's ward-
robe every day. But throughout
history trousers have not always
enjoyed such acceptance.
It wasn't until the sixth century
that they were allowed in Roman
society. Until then leg coverings
were considered to be the dress of
only depraved savages. And only
when the barbarian Theodoric as-
cended to the throne were they
worn in public. In oriental society
pants enjoyed the status of royal
attire for many years. The eastern
kings at this time were always
represented in mosaics wearing
"hosae," a thick, tight fitting leg
bag.
In the West before 600 "breech-
es" were usually only a military
garment, the tunic being more
common dress in western society.
But slowly trousers became the
mark of masculinity. However, in
the Near East the opposite was
true. Trousers developed as the
distinctive female garment. And
now of course, no one cares who
wears them,
Probably, the evolution of trou-
sers doesn't matter to anyone, ex-
cept perhaps Levi-Strauss. All that
matters is if they are stay-press
or not.
Youth Steals SWINGY-Swirl into spring w
from Jacobson's. Perfect for D
Fashion Spotlight_
Take advantage of this seasons
ashions. They're designed for you BE PREPARE
young, prints are young, styles are W ARM SPRI
y oung!
Hemlines at showings this sea-with
son were still high. It doesn't look' Daeron andCo
as if Michigan coeds are going to
have to let down all of there
skirts. Hemlines still ranged from SHIFT GOWNS
3 to 5 inches above the knee. BABY DOLLS
With the short skirts were worn
all sorts of tights, patterned hose PANT I SH I FTS
and fancy stockings. Fashion Ma-
gazines don't show any bare legs PEIGNOIRS
this year-patterns cover every-
Blue, Aqua, Lemon, Y
Psychedelic patterns, swirling
African prints and eye blinding Sizes P
colors reel before us on the fash-
ion pages this season. Dresses usu-
ally have simple lines to go with
the bright prints. Fashions for la eraeuulysml n
day wear are usually Fahssimple and 7Ae'L,& n .
comfortable.
No one can say that fashion is 8 N kels Arde
dowdythis spring. It's following
a youthful mood. ______________
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SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER-What better way to
usher in the season than with this fresh, double breasted two-
piece suit from Jacobson's.
Mini Swleaters Bigger
In Europe Than in U.S.

FLORSH EIM
puts
VALUE

Mini skirts, mini dresses, they're,
all in the news and the newest
thing yet is the mini sweater.
Unlike mini skirts which are
made of less material and there-
fore expose more skin, mini sweat-
ers are made of less material and
still cover the same amount of
skin. The results are obvious-a
snug fit. All sweaters come in ap-

proximately the same size-chil-
dren's size 12.
SPopular in Europe for quite. a
while, mini sweaters are catching
on slowly in the U.S. Colors range
from black to brillant to pastel and
the summer fashion is 'to wear
them snugly enough to leave a
patch cf midriff showing. If you
want to be "in" in Europe this
summer, be sure to pack a mini
sweater!

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V This Spring,
THINK AIGNER!
Shoes, Bags, Sandals,
Wallets-just all the Things
you cou ld desire from the
fine Aigner line.
J 4JIEN B. IE IDY
601 and 607 E. Liberty St
NO 8 6779 Ann Arbor

For at or near
theprice of ordinary shoes
you can be wearing this authentic
long wing brogue by Florsheim.
Mest Florsheim styles S1995 "$279j
CAMPUS BOOTERY,
304 South State Street

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