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October 08, 1961 - Image 15

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
.i[[ylz. : Men's Shirts Remain Unchanged

No appreciable changes are
evident in the fall styles for men's
sport shirts, dress shirts and ties.
The oxford or broad cloth but-
ton down collar shirt is still the
number one buy for campus wear.
Colors are generally dark this
year, but this is not limited. Var-
ious solid colored shirts along
with blue, brown, gray or green
pin stripes on white are very
popular.
Snap-Tabs in Vogue
For more dressy occasions tab
and snap-tab collars are in vogue.
However, French cuffs are not
popular at the University. Most
men prefer the traditional barrel
cuffs.
The price range in men's shirts
is quite wide, ranging from under
six to about nine dollars in simple
sports or dress shirts and reach-
ing up to over twenty dollars for
plaid or checked sport shirts in
woolor wool mixtures.
Men's ties this year come in a

UNCHANGED-Sports shirts remain without significant change
this year with Ivy League and pullover styles popular.

THE IVY LOOK-Subite patterns and hues will be evident in this year's comfortable and stylish sport
jackets. Often the Jacket will be paired with the newly popular continental vest, which may either
match or compliment the jacket.
Fall Coats Lack individuality

By JOHN McREYNOLDS

In spite of the great number of
climes from which University stu-
dents come, the 'campus will not
see any great divergence in stdyles
of men's coats.
Styles seen this year on the
Harvard lawn will also be worn at
Iowa, UCLA, and Duke, the only
differences being in whether one,
two, or no buttons are buttoned
and whether a white or colored
shirt is worn.
The Ivy look, British tailoring
and the continental cut, leading
factors in the styling of last year's
,coats, continue as the dominant
points of style for the pyesent
season, with the continental look
going slowly out of fashion..
Furthermore, due to the in-
creased ,emphasis of the Ivy
League, the coats will wear a dis-
tinctively American look, with the
natural shoulder outline followed
almost exclusively.
The emphasis will be on a sub-
tlety in both hue and pattern, with
subdued plaids selling at the head
of the market.
Blue is considered to be the top
color, its various hues and plaids
taking a goor portion of the coats
bought, but colors of last fall-
black, browns, greys and olives-

along with the traditional impec-
cable' black and white combina-
tions, will still be in high fashion.'
Less Checks ,

Checked coats, also
the trend of subdued
will be less popular
stylish.

following
patterns,
but still'

The ultra-bright blazers of last
year will lose some of their blind-
ing qualities in deference to the
seasonal desires of the customers,
but should still be popular with
extroverts. The past season's col-
ors, reds, deep blues, bright greens
and olives, and grey combinations
will be challenged by a host of new
hues: brown-greys, putty, light
blues, and even camel's hair, which
after a decade of insignificance is
coming back on campuses, both as
a color and as a fabric.
Striped Tweeds
As expected, the perennial fa-
vorites in tweeds will be heavily
influenced by the trademark of
pencil and chalk stripes to pro-
duce a slight more sober and
sophisticated atmosphere.
In design, the natural shoulder
outline will share the spotlight
with the hacking-influenced Brit-
ish types, with slightly wider

lapels, center vents, patch pockets
and lap seams.
While worsteds and Shetlands
remain the choices in traditional
models, synthetic blends, especi-
ally dacron-orlon-wool combina-
tions, will be seen more often due
to their light weight along with
good insulation.
Oddly, in the present plaid-
clothed era; the madras patterns
of last fall are expected to lose a
good deal of their popularity, ac-
cording to some Ann Arbor suiters,
but the trade will be taken up
mostly by madras' companion
fabric, the batique, fast growing
in stature.
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