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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THiRE

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9,1966 TilE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

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Silver Knits
Big in 1966
Evening clothes are the clothes
in which every girl wants to look1
her prettiest. Every girl can look;
her prettiest in this season's fa-
shions. There are styles to fit ev-
ery taste and mood ranging from
space-age to Victorian.
The girl who looks to the fu-
ture will like 1966's way of say-
ing "Big Evening." It says it with;
little paredaway knits that shine
with silver. These simple shifts1
often are boldly striped to accent
their simple lines. Casual, but ele-
gant, they make the wearer spar -
kle all evening long.
The girl who likes surprises will
like this season's new color and;
fabric combinations. Wide ribbed
corduroy skirts paired with crepe
blouses are "in" for elegance.
Paisley, in pink and orange; pur-
ple, gold and orange; and in tur-
quoise, rose and red, is a big hit.
The girl who likes tradition will
like all the lace and ribbons and
bows that she sees. The styles
that she sees them on aren't old-
fashioned, however. The fluid
sheeth has added something new
-a flare at the bottom. Waists
are lower and sleeves are fuller.
This season's fashions for evening
are truly exciting.
Coeds Reflect
Football Gaiety
Color, laughter, and happy
faces fill the streets on football
Saturday. As enthusiastic football
fans and spectators swarm to
the stadium, one can see the var-
iety of styles and color.
The ever reliable skirt and
sweater along with textured and
patterned stockings are favored
by the majority of girls on cam-
pus. Shades of heather, deep
plum, and eggplant are the new-
est fall tones keeping in vogue
with the popular kilts, pleated and
A-line skirts. Plaids and stripes
are in!
Ribbed poor boys and pull-over
sweaters are still a big hit, com-
ing in assorted fabrics and colors
to co-ordinate any wardrobe.
Squad captain's cardigans as well
as rah-rah scarves have the var-
sity look.
Suits are news this fall. Pants
suits are the current rage. These
practical outfits can be found in
various materials such as wools,
tweeds, corduroys, leathers, and
vinyls. Knickers and caps add
the little boy touch.

Football Fashions For
Men Show Individuality

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A football Saturday at Michigan
brings out a unique assortment of
apparel. To declare a fashion or
"in" style would be as absurd as
trying to determine which is the
best way to kiss your date good-
night. Both are subject to indi-
vidual taste, condition of the wea-
ther (did you ever try to kiss a
girl while her teeth were chatter-
ing?), mood and most important
being comfortable. It is possible
though to record a few observa-
tions of Michigan's men football
fans.
Many of the upper classmen
dress in sports coat, tie (preferably
striped), pin-striped shirts, slacks,
dark socks (God forbid any other
kind), and weejuns. If the weather
is brisk a V-neck sweater is usual-
ly worn under the sports coat. A
Carnaby St.
Tak~es Over
Keeping in tune with the Eng-
lish beat, Carnaby Street in Lon-
don sets the pace for British fa-
shions which have inspired the
Mod look in the States. The nar-
row street is lined with shops to
furnish the latest styles designed
with youth in mind.
Gone is the traditional conser-
vative look with its derbies and
brollies. The way-out Mod look
depends upon a colorful mixture
of bits and pieces, of prints,
stripes, and checks. Nothing real-
ly matches. Flowered or striped
shirts with contrasting cuffs and
collars are worn with wide flow-
ery ties and hip-hugging mini-
skirts. Similar printed shirts worn
with hipster corduroy slacks are
popular with boys. Women's
pants suits are assuming a more
masculine aspect, being styled af-
ter conventional masculine tail-
oring, while men's suits take on a
more effeminate appearance with
the use of satins and brocades.
Mod fashions tend to change
day to day, and one does not
know what to expect next. To
keep up, British youth buy cloth-
es with the money they earn.
Mass production has enabled
them to do so by keeping costs
at a moderate price.
For those chilly days, suede and
leather jackets, bench-warmer
ponchos, and the military C.P.O.1
shirts and pea coats can be rec-
ognized.

less formal dress worn by all
groups is a yellow, blue, white, or
pin-striped shirt with either slacks,
levis, and weejuns. Here many
times no socks are worn.
Certain freshmen form a dis-
tinct group. They sit high display-
ing their newly acquired Michigan
sweatshirt, their '69 football jer-
seys (Well, it sure made a big hit
in Stubenville), or their torn letter,
jacket with all kinds of marks in-
dicating their status as manager
of their high school Chinese
checkers team.
As for jackets, parkas, raincoats,
or bulky suede coats are worn. Any
more of these outlandish general-
izations would push the point of
fashions too far. In conclusion it
can be said that the fashion this
fall is to be comfortably warm,
and have a jacket big enough to
fit your girl friend inside,

Want a different vacation
this year? Take a Norton.
Go to the mountains. To the
seashore. To your old camp
site. It will be great! Com-
fort, performance, and im-
peccable finish. All Norton.
Service coast to coast.

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this one. The double breasted jacket and the turtle neck sweater make this suit definitely high style '66.

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LET YOUR "HARE" DOWN

A new breed of rabbit imported from France called the "chinchilla
rabbit" for softer longer hare and much more durable than the
common garden variety.

Jacket as shown .... $130
Matching hat ..... $ 10

Full length style . . . $150
(Choice of beige or grey)

DAVE'S SKi SHOP
31 62 Packard, Ann Arbor

SUITS TO GO almost anywhere this season ... This notched collar herringbone tweed suit is perfect
for either shopping or going to a concert. It makes a hit wherever it goes.

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India Print Shifts
Raw Silk Robes Happi Coats
Silk Saris Silk Scarfs
all at the
INDIA ART SHOP
330 Maynard
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Susan chooses her stainless pattern
from our selection of hope chest gifts
priced within her limited budget.

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