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November 15, 1985 - Image 15

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pages 23 and 24:
On him:
Conall's double
breasted, all wool
black tuxedo, $90.
Daniel Schagen's
cotton pleated
shirt, $110.
Tino Cosmo's silk
bowtl., $30.
On her:
Mimmina's black
velvet evening
dress, $475.
Clothing compliments
of Renaissance.


Opposite page:
Hand-sewn silk and
sequin dress set
in black
and white, $600.


earrings in


black and white, $35.
Clothing comlplimnents of
Collecled H orks.

By Rebecca Blumenstein

Arborlcrnd Cnumer Mall..

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sho pping9



oversized sweater, or even a used overcoat, the
classics have returned to women's fashion.
Although these clothes may have been
somewhere else before, it should only take one look in area
stores, magazines, and around campus to see that they are
now being combined in new and innovative ways.
"The colors, sizes, and uses for today's clothes are dif-
ferent than we have ever seen before," according to Roger
Potnus, a retailer at (enaissa.ce.
"People are dressing up more than ever before," Potnus
says. But where do all of these colors, sizes, uses, and this
dressing up leave the typical college woman who will most
likely opt for comfort for both herself and her limited
Here in Ann Arbor the trend has traditionally been toward
comfort. "The good oid-fashioned comfortable is where it's
at," says LSA junior Carol Stein.
Area retailers have been quick to point )ut that comfort or
price do not have to be sacrificed in order to be "in" in the
diverse fa -.hion world of today.
Ir fact, this year's trends mainly concentrate upon a few
basic separ-ates, some of which you may find already stashed
in your closet (or your mother's, father's, o," grandmother's).
Whether pants, blouses, sweaters, or even shoes, these
separates may have virtually anything covering them -
from the infamous paisley, to plaid, to a floral pattern, to car-
toons, or just about anythin~g imaginable.
"Pattewn play is the key," according to Carolyn Iwrey, a
etailer at Briarwood's T. Edwards. "Virtually and thing can
be combined as long as a color theme is kept."
T. Edwards, although it is not located around thie camp-is,
serves a big student clientele. Stirrup pants, those things that
we have seen in funny pictures from over two decades ago,
have been one of the biggest fashion finds of the season, ac-
cording to Iwrey. "While the pants themselves may be solid
or have a pattern, they can be combined with virtually
"You don't have to stick out to look good in today's

Brand names at tremendous savings.
A complete shopping center of the
nation's finest off-price retailers. Quality
merchandise offered at prices up to
70% off every single day Experience
the difference at Arborland
Consumer Mall.

See WOMAN'S WEAR, Page 26


Loht: A. J. Rachel's
wool ensemble in
black and cream,
Jacket, $115,
Pants, $65,
Danny Nobel's cream
blouse, 100% cotton,
$69, Pearl and
Gold Diva earrings,
Right: Chetta
B.'sl10% wool
dress In black and
pink, $175.

All clothing comnplimen ts of Nusport.

Washtenaw at US 23, Ann Arbor

1984 Melvin Simon & Associates. Inc. 21 N
24 Weekend/Friday, November 15, 1985


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