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January 05, 1933 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

fright Colors
Are Shown In
Spring Ouifit"

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ANN ARBOR'S FOREMOST FASHION SHOPPE

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Begining Friay, J ntary6-t

Gay Prints And Colorfu
Plaid On 'Rough Wcave~
Are Latest Creations'
BY CAOL . HANANt
When winter com~s sring cer-
tainly can't be far behind. Paris has;
been busy for the last month getting
ready, for it, feeling that sring is
here already. Most of the spring co-
lections are not quite ready yet but
there has been lots of speculation
about .what will be shown by thos-
in the "know," and here is what we
heard.
"They say that the feminine half
of the world is going to look bright
lizd: cheerful through the medium of
colorful prints. Scotch-site plids rf
bright :and fanciful colorng, jrinted
on rustic. weaves with a woolly -look
are- going to be best sllers, from all
reportsf. One iporter is featuing
with success large, squares of chif-
fon with narrow, satin stripes
:Another, big year, for suts is r u-
mored,, ancd the rustic plaids are
being made into hats and scarf sets
to wear with them. Vestees and tail-
ored blouses of the same material are
being considered.
Taffeta Sales Vary
"They" also say that a number of
manufacturers who had anticipated
featuring taffeta decided against it
on the ground that while the de-
mand for it ;is often swift and in-
tenrse, it tends to stop almost over-
nighzt. Neverthelesss, the few houses
that had the. temerity to feature
them are- doing ,well, especially with
the black and plaid taffetas
Ev.lusive, sik houses,, so we are
told, are recommending at least one
Food flat crepe for spring wea. A
softly dr aping type which. washes
and dry cleans perfectly is favored,
for often this has an imperceptible
faille rib and i% ref erred to as the
"hew flat repe."
RLibbed weaves will offer competi-
t ton to crinkled effects as the spring
season . progresses.:-Ribbed, novelties
are appearing io both heavy Srtitings
made, of, novelty yarns ad heavy
frers. The ribs may run across the
miaterial; or with its: legth. Per-
fectly diagonl ribs are, good.
-- Tkree CGie Fabris
Three interesting classes of fabrics
ark offered by a well known French
house-first, heavy cotton tweed for
stit, second, ;embridered o gandies
te.' formal use blouses, and trim -
ihings, thirc, matelasses effects- in
foynal cottons. The tweeds are firm
aid axe shown in a casual weave of
muvlticolored threzads, iving a ~plain
rx~i ed" appearance available either
~1 a ark effect gained by - a black
wrk o in a light,. black-warp con-
stru tion, . For, ?esemable purposes,
these. tweeds: are accmupanied by
nvlty; patterned stripes which ap-
Pea- in solid,,= color grounds that
flritch - the. plaids. "-
Cotton organdies are permanently
crisp types in white and pastel
shades on which finely taced florals
are -.embroidered in a contrasting
color.- There are several different
patternings of this type, and occa-
sionally bright red and black are no-
-ticed among the color selections. An
emrbroidered organdy that deserves
special reention has- minute embroid-
eyed daisies. closely massed on the
Material. This is mot effective in
purc white.,
- Coto Matelasse
SA cotton mratel'assc that is reported
tsuccessful gives, the appearance ,,of
'fine cotton puffed and stitched into
daisy (agahi) design. ,it is available
in white, and slid pastel colors.,
g From al report more :.and more
iinterest is being shown in the black
'daytime and afternoon dress trim-
ered-withwhite. Black crepe dresses,
sheer, semi-sheer, rough and mate-
Ilasse crepes, also dresses ii taffeta,
introduce witce details. These in-
lude white sleeves that are detach-
able, in :organdie, batiste, lace or
MO14sselne .and they also go to make
-up scarfs arrd vestees.
ThisĀ° definite call for blac and

white is also a pparent in printed
daresses and jacket costumes, it is re-
-ported, but not to the extent of the
elimination of the all black dress with
lingerie touche's.
*The ewill be a definite variety in
-sleeves too for" the 6pring. Cape-
sleeves, long sleeves- that are full
above the elbow and slashed,.sleeves
-that- develop from drop shoulder
lines, and cover..ed shoulders are all
going to be det~ails to watch.

CANCELAL
APP~ NTMnLL

-Be Hmere Early
Friday Morning
For lest selection

Our annual store-wide event consisting of our entire Fall and

Stock of

Coats

ffsuits

f Fur

Cot
Lingerie

Winter
..Bags

Dresses

Wraps

f ,

Millinery .. Negligees . .Shoes

Skrs. weaters..Jewelry .

At

Savings

Of

25%

To 50%

Ttaeo Effect An ImmnediaeDisp osal!

Winier CoatsSacri ice

NOTE!%

You

Save

Froam

25%

to 50,%

Every coat i this ;gale is
represen tativ e of the quai-
ity garmnent's which have
won uss our reputation as
Sstorie selling only -'the
nest ready-to-wear*, All
the sleeve details .. the

we've

Placed

Our Entire Stock

in Four Low,
S ale

Price

Groups

for

Qic

,uxurious', Versatile

fur

r"1'ai nNC !-Sfs'.a t a r+ .r.n nQ er.

$1

ALL
SALES
FINAL

All Spig Shades
$17.95 Val-tes $1.29

SI-I
Our Entire Stock of
Fall and Winter Styles
at Greatly Reduced Prices
ON SALE
FRIDAY
Smart styles , .. ine quality shoes
consisting of suedes, kidskirns, fabrics
in blacks and browns .. , a grand
variety to choose from.

MPMfabrics . .. in fact, every-.
thing whkh has distin-
Ap iisA d44C co-ts of this
- - - --~Y1: zo, is to be found at
V, 1tl reuc tio'Cns in this
* sale.
SHOP
EARLY
FRIDAY
Hit The Bottom
In This Bi Sale!

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Gruup of

WINTER DRESSES.

Va(lues to $7.95

VALUESTO-
$1.7- "NOW
-Sizes 12 to 20

.7/5

,$3,95

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50C

Felts - Fabrics - Vepvets
Softies uip to $3.95

VALU ES TO
$1.7-NOW

$88.95

ifer",Cy arld

KNITTE DRESSES

rASO,
4

~8Regularly to
$4.95 V alues'

9 95Values

95c

Large Group
S UNDAY NIGHT AND DINNER.
DRE~SSES

$1. _ 95

L E
BE

YOURJ
YOUR

MIRTIROR
GUIDE

194 Pairs
of early Fall and WVinter
SHES
Formerly Selling at'$2.95
-and $3.95 -

Is _.f~ul:s<alp dry and .scaly? Is
your hair straight- and lack-
lustre?
Quality hair-'dr'essaing and scalp
tratment is nowhere lower in

-20 % Dise,,ouiit

4

Felts -Fabrics -Metallics
Up to $7.50

-EXACTLY-

$19

On IAll Lintrerie,

112

OFF

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