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January 04, 2012 - Image 13

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The Michigan Daily, 2012-01-04

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Spotted: Tweed Jackets
During the gray-flannel
days of the 1950s, professo-
rial garb called for a closet
full of wools, tweeds, dark
suits and bowties. While the
wool overcoat and gray flan-
nel pant will always stand as
the paragon of traditionalism,
this winter season is popu-
lated with the wonderful play
of patterns, from a pair of
blackwatch trousers to a tribal
print jacket, all culminating
in the polomatic man. But in
the end, it doesn't matter how
you wear it, for the goal is the
same: Keep warm - even if
v. that means hiding underneath
a blanket.
-Photos and Text by
Steven Hoelscher
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