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March 15, 1935 - Image 9

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IDAY, MA CH15, 1935 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FIRST OFF THE BOAT are these stunning tailored dress coats
complemented by taffeta lapels and scarfs with navy and black
holding sway in colors. Sport coats follow in douLc-faced fabrics
touched off in the new reefer and saddle shoulders. You'll w1e-
come the fleet when you see thlse clever models docked with

numerous mates to choose from!
SECOND MATE and ready
for double duty is this two-
way, classroom and date dress
breezing down the gang-plank
in navy and garden print
combinations, or if you pre-
fer, in plain navy with fresh
lingerie trims. $12.95 and up.
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"THE CONTINENTAL"
has taken the deck by storm
and sinks the boat by combin-
ing a dark skirt, gay blouse
and trimly designed jacket
with navies and browns doing
the trick! $4.50 each piece.
WITH THE SPRING AIR
floating in and out of your
classrooms, and really mak-
ing it terrifically hard to keep
from dozing off, the thought
of Spring and Spring clothes
gradually descends upon you
giving you a problem that

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AND EASY LIES THE HEAD THAT WEARS THE NEW
CROWNS FOR SPRING. Bonnets and brims are the beauties
that will bloom this spring especially in the new straw weaves that
do nice things to your face, and look perfect with the clothes that
you're buying for Spring. Besides straws, you'll find them in all
the smartest fabrics, colors and head sizes.

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HARRIS TWEED has taken
th0 "Open Championship"
this year as you'll see when
they prove themselves "fair
weather friends" by looking
well through March winds
and April showers. These
two- and three-piece combina-
tions with manly bi-swings or
Clark Gable jackets have tak-
en old man par for a whirl,
especially when sporty mix-
tures and practical navies take
aim for that "hole in one."
$29.75 to $49.75

The Stples
" BONNETS
" OFF FACE
* FLARE BRIMS
" SAILORS
" CONSERVATIVE BRIMS
" BANDEAUS
" TURBANS
The Materials
" STRAW FABRICS
* BABY PEDALINES
" BAKUS
" BALLIS
" FELTS
" CREPES
" ROUGH STRAWS
The Colors
" NAVY
" AMETHYST
" GREY
" BROWN
" BEIGE
" MIST BLUE
" BLACK
" AQUATONE
" MAIZE

NEW M IIXTTU RES (not
cocktails, silly), of flannel
skirts in new plaidsand checks
parade hand in hand with the
third made; who, by the way,
prefers these in navy, black,
tan and other popular shades.
$1.95 and up

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