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foundation for uniqueness. It's not
wool that's unique but how it's
worn.
For example, like all too many
students, Kevin Farris, an LSA
junior,
takes the "mainstream approach."
Not boring, but not exciting, either
(what we in the fashion niche call
"distinctly afashionable"). He
wears "a very heavy sweater and a
turtleneck."
"Actually, instead of the heavy
sweater, if it's really cold, I just
won't go to class," he added. The
layers got to him.
But niot to Melanie Mayo, an
LSA sophomore. "I wear about 74
layers," she said warmly.
There are restrictions, though, in
a campus environment such as
ours. Dirty laundry, for example,
often restricts choices.
"It depends on how scummy I
feel and what clean clothes I have,"
said Jennifer Healy, an LSA
sophomore. "If I have nothing else,
I wear sweat pants." (Hint:

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SHOES.
1. Beige leather ankle boots for men,
$49.00.
2. Red leather flats with ankle strap,
$36.00.
3. Blue denim ankle boots with
rhinestone applique, $35.00.
4. Red leather ankle boots with
buckle, $42.00.
5. Red vinyl oversized bag, $30.00.
Shoes by The Wildpair.

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from Detroit Free Press, March 21, 1986 K SATURDAY K SUNDAY
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