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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

STINDAY. CICTMER A- I atia

T~'AGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY 5~TTNflAV fl~Tflrn~'T? ft mao

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New Total Look Is'
In' for Fall of 1966
Adding to the swing and fun of hats, and tote bags.
the new fashions, accessories har- The military has influenced
monize to complete the total look. fashions. To go along with the
Crocheted over-the-knee stock- army-navy look are officer's caps
ings put the spotlight on legs. The with slim peaks and brass but-
gold patterned and textured hose tons. Man-sized watches with
and knee socks go well with the wide bright colored bands and me-
new styles and short skirts. Fish- dalist watches suspended from
net, ribbed, argyle and nylon striped regimental ribbons; are
stockings are intended to fit al- part of the new look. Belts are
most any occasion. available to match the waten
Shoulder bags are still popular bands.
and are designed to compliment Cut-out racing gloves in pig-
any outfit. Ranging in shape from skin and kid make the scene along
square to oblong, these bags are with the little boy caps and the
made of fabrics which include gayly printed wide ties and
leather, canvas, corduroy, and matching belts. Stocking caps,
fake furs to match the stripes and tams, and furry hats will also be
spots of fur coats. For evening popular this season.
wear, velveteen or glittery little Jewelry is flashy and colorful.
chain purses are favored. Geometric designs have taken ov-
For those rainy days and to er in pins, earrings, and bracelets,
match the vinyl suits and rain- Many are made of ceramic, pa-
coats are vinyl umbrellas, boots, per mache or wood.
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SUBURBA
CASUALS

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3'Are You A
Boy Tor Are
You a Girl?
Clothes Make it Hard
To See a Difference
Between the Sexes
The old cliche that opposites at-
tract is back in style. It seems the
females have stolen fashions from
the males and the males from the
females!
Fashion houses have been switch-
ed to the nearest Army-Navy store.
College coeds are mad about the
male military look. Brass buttons,
pleat and tabbed pockets, epaul-
..:: ettes, and zip-out linings accen-
tuate everything from coats and
dresses to loungewear and paja-
mas.
Flash! Strict orders from head-
quarters-the pants suits are IN!
Perfect for a country walk, a local
party, a fall football game, or a
casual restaurant, the pants suit
is here to stay.
The jackets have borrowed the
men's three-button design and au-
thentic British checks and muted
plaids. The pants are long and
stovepipe slim. (Skirts have been
abandoned). Pants suits are male
orientated-the Calvary officers
r> look, the black leather set look,
thekcowhide look, and the nautical
look.
1 The males have stolen the new
MOD look straight from London's
fashionable Carnaby Street. The
WINTER DEAD AHEAD-You'll never have to worry about the double breasted jacket with decor-
barometer when you wear this stylish cold-weather outfit with ative flaps is now characteristic of
the males. Narrow stovepipe slacks
the new modified round collar. and some bell bottoms are making
_______________ - ___ -the scene. Hipster belts in an ar-
ray of colors are being forecast.
The males have borrowed pais-
ley and flowered shirts from the
11../ -! .ttD EA S als in bright reds, yellows, and
Egreens. Likewise the gals must
WEDGWOOJBAD
own almost as many shirts as a
male only in more subdued pin
° stripes with white collar and cuffs.
n Handkerchiefs tucked into the
pocket are a "must" for the well
1 Xcoordinated female.
conltnucli tono1Cratiman4ip Coordination is the key to a suc-
P cessful male wardrobe. His wide tie
should match his hipster belt or
his paisley lined vest or his girl-
a friend's tie. That's right! Females
41Amust learn the art of tying ties
also. Only their ties are more nar-
s he row, often pin striped or decorated
chWlan dererwith tiny flowers.
ON so. UnIVERsTrY a The male hairstyles are longer,
wavier and blonder. In contrast
Vvthe females hairstyles are shorter,
6cwIlve wispierand darker.
Who leads the "steal the fash-
ion" race? The females have a
Ma s e rrf# UNIVMSIY 4slight edge. They've made the big-
A~t4 ARUlo ,4I*H%4Q Q v gest catch-the poor boy sweater!
Maybe the males will capture a
bigger fashion prize-the rich girl!

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Our new
a-Ia-Carte Corner
is now brimming
with new avante
garde fashions
from; designer
houses of
California and
New York .--

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FOOTBALL HERE WE COME. Jumpers with jerseys and ribbed sweaters with matching skirts are
this fall's fashion choices for football Saturdays. They rate admiring glances in classes, too.
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styles keyed for the
individual !
Arborland Shopping Center
Ann Arbor, Michigan

THANK

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to everyone who helped put out the
1966 Fall Fashion Supplement
THE STORES:

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Camelet Brothers
Carman's

Englander's
Jacobson's
Wilds

Redwood and Ross
Saffell and Bush

THE MODELS:

Joe Calcaterra
Lynn Goldsmith

Ann Karns

Ken Kraus
Bill Krauss

THE PHOTOGRAPHERS:

Tom Copi

THE STAFF:

George Junne
David Pfeffer
Sharon Pritula

Robert K. Bendelow
Daria Krogulski

Miss J flips her skirt
for knee-capping fashion
flashes of wool and rayon that
"swing" in A'n R style with a-
certain flair for sophistication.
A. Window pane check. Red, or
B. Norfolk heather. Blue, plum.
C. Drop-waist skimmer with
military accents. Blue, green.

Steve Wechsler--Promotions Mgr.
Sue Benschop-Ass't. Promotions Mgr.

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Sizes 5-13. 23.06

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You'll Like The Way
GREENE'S Do
Your Shirts:{
You'll like the way shirts are done at Greene's. They're sparkling
white, neatly pressed, and beautifully packaged.
Greene's use carefully-controlled formulas for soil removal, give your
shirts a gentle bleaching, and then add a special brightener for a really
white shirt.
Starching is done to your preference-or more important, it's omitted
if you like a soft shirt.
Each shirt is individually packaged in cellophane, and a non-crush
collar support keeps your shirt in perfect shape.
DAILY FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE

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