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March 20, 1936 - Image 15

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The Michigan Daily, 1936-03-20

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FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1936



New Gloves Assume Important
Position In SpringWardrobes

Spring Coats Scow 1Mre C a Stylistsrdit
Mrkedg a syss Forego Traditional Brown And Black Shoes
.arke 1chan1es

. .. .

However much fashion emphasisI

Gloves this season are something
more than the usual four fingers and
a thumb - they are fitted so that
they no longer have that sloppy,
wrinkled appearance at the wrist,
and, in addition, they come in all
the variations of the rainbow, one
for each gay spring outfit. They are
short, most coming just above the
Fabric gloves are being featured by
most Ann Arbor stores. They are
inexpensive and made in a great
variety of styles and colors, so that
one may buy several pairs without
putting too big a crimp in the pock-
etbook. Some of the material used
in this year's gloves simulates doe-
skin and suede so well that one must
take a second glance and even then
may be fooled.
One fabric glove is tailored with
five diagonal stripes. Several varia-
tions of the new theme of a fasten-
ing at the back instead of at the
front of the wrist were also seen.
One has self-covered buttons and an-
other a strap with a self-covered
Pigskin gloves are no longer plain.
If they are not stitched in a contrast-
ing color, they are fastened with
buttons or straps. One pair has a
pearl button on the back of each I
wrist. Another has a slit at the sides
which is self-bound. Many women{

may be placed on suits this spring,
the new coats having undergone some
revolutionary changes, emerge every
bit as important in the season'sI
/;fae u hrtadfulaog{wge
Almost all of this spring's models
are cut short and full along swagger
lines. Some are of linger-tip length
- and all are briefer than last year's{
models. Shoulders are wide and the
casual effect is maintained through
high-buttoned collars, often converti-
/ 'i ble. Most coats have a single clos-
ing at the throat, the rest of the gar-
ment swinging loose and free. Some
styles have no buttons at all, with
Kstitching trimming lapels and pockets.

TO0 O Or M 00 otwear
Milady's shoes will be as dramatic inspiration for a clever shoe. Manu-
as her startling costumes this spring, facturers have copied it in patent
,just as colorful and just as gay. Styl- square toe and heel with the buckle
ists have grown tired of the tradi- replaced by a grosgrain ribbon bow
tional brown and black footwear and that is very smart.
shoes have blossomed into all the Straps for dress are still in vogue.
bright colors featured for spring this They are wider than usual, and buck-
year. les are large and brilliant.
Combinations of fabric and leather For important evening dates choose
are shown for afternoon and "date" a black patent sandal with a wide
wear. One pair is a madcap version front T-strap, square toes and cut
of the monk's shoe with toe and heel out work on the sides. Patent shines
of patent leather and body of black as brilliantly as ever this season and
or blue gabardine. There is a pert it comes in colors, too.
bow of patent leather on the toe. Our For less dressy afternoons, flat-
colonial ancestors have given the heeled sandals are still in vogue.

[o IVMeICflivit aLy c ostumel

Either buck or kid are good, and you
can get open or solid toes. Punch
work trims the flattering square toes
of many of this style. All the light
colors are shown.
Evening shoes as usual are mostly
silver and gold with flat heels holding
the lead. However, you can have silk,
satin and gabardine dyed to match
or contrast with your spring formals.
Following the trend in colors, dyed
shoes are brilliant this year.I
And now for the most important
shoes of all campus footwear. Since

trating in smart styles. The familiar
monk's oxford and the ever-popular
"ghillie" take on a new aspect in
green, blue and light tan shades. One
make gives variety by providing
changeable "ghillie" flaps on a plain
color oxford. This enables you to
have shoes that harmonize with the
sweaters worn with spring suits.
You can find any shoe you want
this year to match your costume. If
you have a very feminine dress, put
butterfly bows on your toes and when
you don your sports suit, wear buck-

we wear these shoes during most of skin in any of the smart campus
the day, campus stores are concen- styles.


prefer this type because it is sportier
and gives greater ease of wrist move-
ment in active sports. Nearly every
style found in tan and brown pig-
skin may be bought in white as well.
For the afternoon one of the Ann
Arbor stores is showing a pair of
gray kid, stitched on the back of the
hand in green and white, and with
petit-point embroidery on the cuffs,
which may be worn turned either up
or down. An evening glove is white
kid, eight-button length, flaring from
the wrist and having pleating at the




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