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April 23, 1961 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 1961-04-23

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4S

Spring

Fashion

Supplement

1961

sat Photographs by David Giltrow

THE ALL-AMERICAN LOOK this year has only one common
denominator. Clothes are casual.
Perhaps this is part of the new trend in modern living which
is reflected by a new emphasis on lightness, color and comfort
combined with a return to "old-fashioned" gracious living.
The look is equally observable in men and women of all
ages. The bareheaded, tousle-haired appearance of President
Kennedy is not at all at odds with the air of intelligence and
dignity he projects, nor does the sleeveless, short-skirted dresses
his wife Jacqueline has made famous detract from the aura of
quiet grace and femininity which surrounds her.
Needless to say the look has caught on, on campus too. The
dark white tennis shoes and yellowy wooly socks, which are as
institutional an aspect of the student uniform as the dog-eared
text-book, have achieved a new sanction.
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