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DOMINANTFEATURHE' NEW LE! COLLAR
of SPR1L~fl qTY11q ,._
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TO B SM LIIYSports jewelryGosNuia
-- ~ ~With Anchors, Wheels and
Prints Gain Tremen~dous Vogue Fish Designs.
in All New Fashions From CLIPS, CLIPS, and still more
Sports to Formals. -lips are destined to do a good job'
CLUEIS EADNG OLO /apping pennies f r o m Easter
13LEI:LA IGC R/ purses this year. These plain
Shee Matrial, Hih Wast-Spring dresss with 'up-go" neck-
L ~ ee aealTrendgforaEverytines ust require a swanky little
dinesLed'rn foEvyi -lip here and there to set them ol'
Hour of Day. propery. Such ornate clips are a
safety device, ton, because they hold
Simpliity is the i kynote of all n place that large scarf that might
Vprhng syles. One finds it apparent ll e w e padsrnl
everywhere; in street wear, in after- aiygttttcupndtrgl
noon" wear,' in formal wear. Nor ( he wearer.
Is this simplicity restricted to dress Are you setientally iclind?
styles, it is chiaracteristic of all if so, there's a stylish little clip
manner of appaZrel, of coats, suits, with a space in the center for a
hats, and accessories. tiny picture covered with a jeweled
In coat styles, this is reflected in lid. Now yu may use your own dis-
the modified use of fur. When cl-
ars are furred, cuffs are not, and cretion as to were to wear thisf
vice versa. High lines predominate, !clip but every now and then the
"However, there is no return to the - garter seems to take on a cetain
strictly spots and tailored wear of 1 nt~mental significance.
.a few seasons past. The feminine Sierns n rohso b
mode seems to be here to stay, tem.- (Sie, isan rohaes areoin
porarily at lea~t. lng cr irregularshpsaei
Jacket dresses ,retain in the vogue right now as we observe from
spring season the popularity which 'loigi eer idw n
they have enjoyed in the past few ] thers which are enhanced 'in beau-
seasons. This style of dress gives ty by these novelties.P
one a daytime dress, and inciden- Anchos, steering wheels, and ihih
tall on fo fie oclo k w ar.designs dob not brand you as a Bar-
Those which have lace topped bo- nae Bl u rathr hin that you
dices, may easiliy be converted into are smartly atired in the latest
a dressy afternoon or informal din- of sports jewelry.
ner dress merely, by removing the - - -_-tAn array of braceelts is a re-I
jacket. - quirement this season that is met
Length of this type of dress must DO YOU CARE? by the fashionable woman; dia-
be one inch shorter than the ac- monds, extreme in width, are pre-
cepted informal 5 -'o'clock frock. Dressing Is All a Matter of'el-dreocrel iutbraelonet a ne
Length is a question of much ds- CrnSy oeit brooches ofsmall coored stones.
pte. pbecricaps the bs ts msthGold lpstieks and lighters co-
senibl cocluionis o sy tat "Oh, I could talk an hour, said1 bined a swell as unusual ash trays
'one must wear the length best suit- , Nell, are just some more teasers for Eas-
ed. to her own personal appearance. Ontepyhebsso rsig(r shoppers.
In geir eral, there is no great change, Onte pyhi bai o resn
excpttht frml ea tedstobe This is the philosophy of Alice Bega Becomes Popular
a trifle shor~~r, suer Miller as appeared in a recent N w S rn oo
Prints Predominant, article in vogue, which stated that frorN w SpagC lr
Prints assume a new, and tre- the most important aid in being
mendous vogue in the fashion world chic was caring and knowing how The iadvent of beige as cre of the
for Spring. One sees them in every- to care about your clothes.ousadn lr frpigwll'
thing from sports wear to formals. Pocketbooks, figures, and looks reietniieiuwoore foredJrn wih
Combinations of prints 'with .the are o minor importance if one hasrlireteewoaebed ih
plain basic tones in the above-men- the knacks of transforming five continental red, white, and blue. A1
tioned jacket dresses are especially yards of calico nto a dress suitable yellow bei,e. particularly good in
attractive. Formal wear is seen in II for a bal, as did a young New ork wool-Ins, hs been used for seeral
some of its mnost pleasing aspects inj woman. Some wo4en have been; of the mia~rest coatsiBeige with
smat-.gowns of haned - blocked iborn with this turn of mind, and a pinkish cast is being used for aft-
prints, in very large figures. m others have acquired it. Knowing ernon ensembles, and when com-.
lue is the most important colori how to care "is art, it's using your bind with jade green, mnakes a
now in vogue. Pateau's blues pre- mind." stunning effect for evening.
dominate, his three shades covering'"_''..___.._.
a wide range, from a light flaxen
blue, to a very deep navy.
Five o'clock dresses as we have
come to classify the rather dressyr
informal afternoon and Sunday
lovely than ever before. Materials
this season emphasize sheerness,
this s evident in the many after-
noon dresses of triple sheers, chif-
timne of day; rose-beige occupies the
dominant position, closely followingWac an Je lrR pi
it in importance are turquoise, Wuamariand Jewelry Rblpa.r
Materials Are Sheer. Colliege and Fraternity
Formal wear emphasizes the factt
that Spring is here, or at least thatJe lr
it should be here; for one sees
everywhere sheer chiffons, ar~d col-
orful °prizts.. The satins ofA the fall
and winter seasons which enjoyed suc-'ndrig oplartyar_____ Ln
passe. Chiffons, Crepes, and lace
particularly the new baby irishi pat- C
tern lace, have replaced them. ACD
Cowl necklines are much in,,evi-
dence; the declltage tends to i bej ,1 2W FI1. Y SH O P~
high 'in front and extremely low in Lr'
back, many formals being backless.: A L A
that three Parisian house have1 IiIC FLi A CE -
agreed upon the instep length for ' 1 L R A E --
ORGANDY EVENING ______________
/^M/"1 T Z 1 IT RY ., 'OA 7 h F1 W d t1 F"T N"% I - "
Sleeves Characteris is
It is the jacket that makes the
' suit, n d the, trimming that makes
"-he jcket, in the new spring suit
IThese jackets lc' :k very trim, be-
ing cut short, and of tcnp double-
breasted. Followir~, the coat styles,
the sleeves are thv most noticeable
decorative feature. Tailored sleeves
',re especially effective in these
, uits. The plainness of the, neck-
line is relieved- by either a scarf
or a cape, 'aften of fur or contrast-
ing shades of cloth. Buttons are
used freely to _a good advantage in
^ecomnlishing the popular militar-!
i-e ticc air. Fur trims are sometimesI
used, but simpler styles are more
Blue, beige, brown and blalk are
he best colors, while the materials
,,re rough, comip,!ratively coarse
and of tkii diagor>U. Wowven.
NEW COATS SHOW
Sports Wear' Features Buttons;
Furs and Scarfs Used
' ~for .Dress.
"Greatest emphasis is being plac-
e cd on sleeves and trimm~ing in the
new spring coat- styles.," according
to Ann Arbor merchants. a
Sleeves cut in a point that makes
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vecry nugn W isLIi W re-oni for the bonded elbow, leg-of -
Fea ture d in Evening mutton slceves, tailored effect, and
Xn'any orther novel cuts are popular. 1
Creations for Spri ng The sport; coa t trimm ngs are l
mO't invariably buttons - b i g, ii
"Man evnin gor~ssho rellysiiing, brass ones or smaller, mope !
high waistline with modernized di- sudebIsil ey mltr
rectoire, effect." This is a cable re- looking ones. They, can be worn on'
ceived by the Harper's DBa7,a:r. the collar, cuffs, elbaws,, shoulders,
Thcre is considerable organdie used ,i amost ever'ywhere.
in trimming as well as I'or whole In the dress coats the trimming
gtown s. The new colorsfr spring 1ually consists or collar and cuffs
are aquai reles and. Thngu.id pastels? of contrasting fur of wolf, blue fox,
;with aiiitle bit oforne squirrel, or leo,.a,'d. Scarfs r
(Among ,thie succe -sfuL l gowns a very much the thin,. and arc es-
d/eep A)).,iph grenwit ,.'-ua 1gi p cially importait. wi%-th coats this
Yw : 11shown in Molyneux's spec °i lvr- spring.IPleated, tailored, or color-
in collection. Very short tight fit- ed to mnatc.h the coat, they give that
ting fur jackets are predominant,' most necessary final touch.
although the longer coats are still Blues are the vciry best sprin !
being worn. Sandels,' sometimes eol.rs, mostly gaik blues ranging
cut out at the to,, contrasting with from navy to royal. Beig e, brown,
the ,g'own,P complt the costume. tan, and black are also common.
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'When fitted by ouri trained
men-makes- it possible for
even the critical foot to enjoy
such style with foot com-f ort.
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