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Sunday. March 19, 1967

Sunday, March 19, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Campus Fashions Reflect
Exotic Foreign Influence
Since the University of Michi- fically for the students of Mich-
gan has a large English Language igan. This spring the stores offer
Institute, 6re often sees students sandles made from water buffaloe
walking along the diag in turbans, hide and ponchoes from Peru and
saris, and other foreign costumes. Mexico. They're fun to wear and
However, recently a person has to practical as well.
look twice before he can assume American manufacturers have al-
that the wearer is a foreign stu- ready begun producing clothes
dent. Foreign fashions have a based on foreign imports. Madras
bigger influence than ever this of course is out of style, but new
year. Frequently the wearers of , exciting patterns are now being
these clothes were born and raised used for spring clothing.
in Skokie, Illinois or Buffalo, New Girls can buy their own material
York. and make their own spring dresses
Where can you get these for- but many import shops now have
eign clothes? How do you get that uniquely d e s i g n e d minidresses
exotic look? In Ann Arbor there from Mexico. They also sell equi-
are a few shops on Maynard Street vilant, thigh length men's shirts
that specialize in bringing Asia from India. Laughing colored
and Mexico to the University. beads from Mexico are also avail-
From the countries of Peru, able this spring to add a distinc-
Mexico, India, Hong Kong and tive note to any girls' spring
Israel clothes are imported speci- fashions.

Saddle Shoe
For All This

A peek at this spring's selections
of shoes reveals the bright look'is
"in" for women. Color is the key
with pastel yellows, blues, oranges,
and greens in eye-catching iri-
descent patents. The chunky style
retained from last year's "baby
doll" trend has been modified, aged
slightly, and intensified with the
new POW! colors.
Addition and subtraction is the
formula for this season's shoes.
Straps - T-, sling-back, and
across-the-instep-have been add-
ed, along with buckles, grosgrain
bows, and flowers on the blunted
toes. Cutouts-from toe, sides, and
back-complete the formula.
There are low heels for all dress
shoes at a new 1" to 1%" height.
"Flats" themselves still remain,
but with a slightly higher heel

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PAT DEMONSTRATES THAT culottes are comfortable as well as attractive. Print blouse, fish-
net stockings, and patent flats complete the spring look. All available at Jacobson's.

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READY, SET . . . You'll be set for anywhere in this high-fashioned ensemble. This lucious pas-
tel coat is accented with a plush wide-brimmed hat.
The key to your total appearance is
total consideration of your silhouette
... the total you. It costs no more to"
have an exciting, creative approach
to your total silhouette ... your
hair style. Why settle for second
best? Why not call Marilyn
Mark's for an appointment? The
loveliest gals on campus do, you know.
HAIR STYLISTS/548 CHURCH STREET.PHONE 662-5683/ HURON TOWERS-PHONE 662-5685

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MILKMAID, presents...

A whole new approach to beauty
"ToTAL LOOK" MAKE-UP
The new, new "With-It" Iridescent Look ..
a beauty sequence of stunning new cosmetics and colours!

Dare to be different!
Satin Glow Brush-On ... fabulous frost-
ings to brush on for all-over face fascina-
tioh! $2.00
Powder-Pac . . . the perfect all-in-one
makeup.. . creme base and face powder
... pearlized for that 'glow-getter' look!
$1.50
Iridescent Lipstick. .. exquisite gems of
color with the pearliest sheen ever seen
and, 'all-new' Iridescent Lip Gloss! $1.75

The "Eyes" have it, in a kaleidoscope of
brushed watercolors!
Brush Eye Shadow . . . to deepen your
eyes and accentuate your air of mystery!
Brush Eye Liner . . . to draw a line of
radiance . . . dramatic outline for posi-
tively ravishing eyes!
Brush Brow ... to shape and define ...
softly, subtly, completely natural-looking!
... Each $2.00

TRANSPARENT SLEEVES, square necklines, stripes spell spring.
Stylish strap adorns Pat's shoes. At Jacobson's.
DON'T PACK
IF YOU'RE COMING
BACK!
STORE YOUR CLOTHES
WITH US
740 Packard

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The new thing for sprint
linen in a modern, spirit
and light navy. Sizes 7-13

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227 East Liberty
8-9 Mon. thru Sat.-Sun. 10 A.M.-1 P.M.

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