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Men 's

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PHOTOGRA PHS BY ANDI SCHREBER

(Continued from Page 7)

Holiday Fashion Show
Sunday, November 17
- 1 & 3p.m.
Let Briarwood show you how to put
together this season's most dazzling
looks at this very special holiday
fashion preview. Rich brocades and
.: lustrous suedes, silky sweaters and
.~:. eye-catching accents, filled with the
e magic and enchantment of the
holidays. Discover great gift ideas,
too, for all the special people on
your list.
SHoliday style from Briarwood.
A most fashionable way to celebrate
Christmas.
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that strictly casual aura when you
make a Diag appearance. Ellen
Hulme, a School of Education senior,
says, "I personally love the rugged
look; big thick sweaters and 501's."
While Patty Rose doesn't express a
preference for any particular dress
style, she does offer some good
fashion-oriented advice: "<Don't look
slobbed out all the time." fo sum up
the opinions of the entire female
species, Claire Villeneuve, computer
engineering junior, said that in
general she'd like to see men dress
casually in something that's "not too
calculated." So, what you need to be is
sly. Get that "look" but don't let
anyone know you're trying.

With those general guidelines and a
little cash, you should have no
problem in creating that rugged out-
door buffalo plaid look or a slick Don
Johnson ensemble. You could even try
for that ever popular student look
which is best described by Joseph
Wissing, graduate student fashion
plate, as a look that's "functional and
looks nice." Then with your new
snappy outfits you can walk through
the Diag, or hell any of the world's
great fashion centers, on any given
sunny day knowing that all those
people that don't know you won't be
making you the focus of any fashion
related humor. Who knows, you may
even like your new clothes.

Opposite page,
above: Men's
wing-tippod
dress shoe in
chestnut, by
Mansfield, $75.

Opposite page. Above:

below: Women's
Equestrian
boot in suede
and leather.
$110.

Women's black
satin dress shoe,
by imp., $00.

Shoes Complimentsof
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