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TWENTY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1938

TWENTY SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1938

Straps Cross,
Toes Are Open
In Dress Shoes
New Combinations Made'
In Models Of Ribbon,
Patent And Gabardine
By JEANNE FOSTER
Along with the season's rains come
new leaves, grass, flowers and SHOES.
For shoe manufacturers have cast
all caution to the winds this spring
and are bringing out some of the
most daring as well as flattering shoes
we have ever seen.
It is allwell and good to enjoy the
staunch protection of saddlebacks on
campus, but for dates something dis-
tinctive and a bit frivolous is in order.
For example, there is the new high-
heeled pump with a vamp consisting
of nothing more or less than crossed
and recrossed strips of kid.
Ankle Straps Shorten Foot
Gabardine, dyed in any color to
complement any costume, has been
fashioned into every type of shoe.
One pump has an unsuaully cut
throat and peep-toe, while another
has one side higher than the other
as it comes up and crosses over to
fasten low on the foot. This also has
the open-toe and cut-out eyelet flow-
ers.

Pill Boxes, Sailors And Bonnets
Numbered Among Spring Hats

My MARIAN FERGUSON
The first spring hats do not show
such wild flights of fancy as those
which the first robin has ushered in
for the past few years. Smallness and
conservatism are the general notes.
Felts and suedes in dark or pastel
colors form the backbone of the
sport styles, while navy blue and
black straws are still the spring fa-
vorites for dressy hats. Printed silks
and wools in turban styles are step-
ping ahead in popularity, however.
Felts Come In Pastels
Casual felts with dark ribbon trim
are important because of a lovely new
range of colors in soft pastel shades.
Variations on pink, yellow and blue
are most frequently seen, while novel
shades of purple and henna give new
color contrasts with dark or neutral
outfits. Small feathers and stitch-
ing give individuality to these hats.
"Kittenfluff," a new angora felt, is
very attractive in brimmed sport
styles.1
A new idea in hats is a simple suede
cone with a hole at the top. Its ver-
satility is its main attraction, for it
can be draped in innumerable ways.
The top can be folded over squarely
and pinned with a jewelled clip, or can
be tucked into frivolous points. Lea-
ther hats in pastel or dark colors are
also a favorite for the early spring

featured. Feathers are seen only oc-
casionally. Fabric flowers are used
on matching pill boxes.
Veils are longer and more varied in
design than those of the winter. Some
completely cover the face and tie in
back in a large Pow after the fashion
of the motoring veils of the early
years of the century. Others tie under
the chin, or high or low on the sides.
Veils Are Contrasting
Contrasting veils also are used ef-
fectivey. A blue shade is worn with

Swish, Swing
In Fashionable
Taffeta Slips
Ruffles And Lace On Satin'
Or Crepe Give Feminine
Touch To Smart Lingeriej
With the rhythm and movement of
dress design this year, it was inevi-,
table that this swish and swing
should be adopted to lingerie. And
with the modes of 1911 competing
with those of 1850 in present fashions,
no one is surprised to hear the rustle
of taffeta petticoats again.
Ruffles and lace give the new fem-
inine touch to lingerie of gleaming
satin or smooth crepe. Bias cuts
and special gorings help mould thel
figure in the desired long diaphragm,
high bust lines. And to give the right}
"swing," these slip skirts are cut
wide and flaring.
For those who adhere to the simple
straight lines of the more tailored
mode there are the clinging knitted
slips, with straight-hanging skirts.'
These are ideal under tailored suits,
or sport togs.
There are taffeta petticoats for' af-
ternoon and evening wear cut to flare
just enough to aid in the graceful
swing of dress skirts. These are
ruffled at the bottom and come in
many bright colors. They give a
dashing bit of contrast under the
dark dress or suit, often chosen to
match the colored gloves or blouse
worn.
Smooth fitting chemise tops and
pantie sets are also designed to give
sleek lines to the figure. And the
more erect carriage of women nowa-,
days is helped by the correct, com-
fortable lines in undergarments.
press forever. Herringbone and men's

Several shoes have high ankle
straps. These combined with high
heels, tend to shorten the foot and
have been utilized in many different
styles. One has broad strips across
the toes, instep and ankle and a snug
fitting heel. Another is of gay Ro-
man stripe ribbon and is heeless, side-
less and toeless. In fact ,it is a sole
tied to the foot with crossed ribbon.
Gabardine Used With Patent
Gabardine has been combined with
patent most successfully. One pump
is made of gabardine on one side and
patent on the other. These meet in
the middle, giving the effect of two
different shoes when viewed from the
sides. A tie model has both toe and
sides cut out and is trimmed with
thin strips of patent in a scallop
design. Many a classic opera pump
has toe and heel of patent.
A new shade ;alternately called
strawberry and raspberry is taking
the country by storm, and local mer-
chants are stocking it heavily. One
shoe obtainable in this color has a
high heel, high vamp of punched calf,
cut out sides and the inevitable peep-
toe. Another, of gabardine, has ma-
terial crossed over and stitched down
across the toe.
Italian Fan Is Smart
Italian tan is another new color.
An interesting model in this shade
is a pump \vith a modified heel and
an extremely high vamp of perforat-
ed leather rising to a peak only to be
tied in a loose knot at the ankle. An-
other fancy shoe is sandalized and
has a five-hole tie.
Suede also appears in a variety of
colors. One Cuban-heeled shoe has
a seam down the middle with eyelets
cut out all along the seam and aroundE
the high throat. Another style has the1
sides and toe completely cut out and
ties at the ankle.
Women Should Choose
Hose With Great Care

Blue French-Knots Pepper New Gloves

a raspberry straw sailor, and gold veil
lends a distinctive touch to brown.
One clever new style has two oblong
pieces falling on either side of the
head.
Bonnets are still a favorite. One
in finely woven navy blue straw has a
demure patterned veil. The inside of
the brim is lined with shell pink silk.
Others are trimmed with bright rib-
bon bows.
Bright printed silk;, and wools are'
draped skilfully in turban styles. One
interesting hat combines printed silk
and straw in a style resembling an
Arabian sheik's headdress. Many tur-
bans have attached scarves.

Gloves are no longer just articlest
of clothing to cover up hands, but
smart accessories that com~plem~ent~
or contrast with one's outfit.
F Especially swank for that new
navy suit are white kidskin gloves
with backs peppered with tiny, blue
French knots. Again, hand-stitched.
I natural-color Mokado doeskin slip-
ons would be correct.
Box-Calf Trims
A grey suit would be set off beau-s
tifully by a pair of gloves of navy-f
blue antelope with red box-calf band-!
ing three fingers. Kelly-green suede
gloves with a clever kid insert on the
back and a leather bow would look
well, too.I
For town or country wear with
alligator purse and shoes are rosy red
suede gloves featuring narrow bands
of alligator on the cuffs.I
Gloves Zip Closed
Fabric gloves with Talon zippers
sliding down the back are practical
for street and sports wear, as are
gloves of the same material fashioned
with stitching ending in scallops at
the cuffs.
For dressier occasions Manon suede
1lip-ons in desert sand give dashing
contrast to black ensembles. Then
Frilly Ruffles,
Gilets Decreed
For Neckwear
White And Frothy Jabots
Bequeathed By Gay '90's
To Set Off Dark Suits
If you're going feminine with a
lot of us, you may express your long-
suppressed wishes in the frilliest of
neckwear, for this is the fashion of
1938. On the other hand, if you
require severe simplicity to set offl
your charms, you'll be equally smart I
this year.
From Rembrandt's. period, from
the southern belles of "Gone With
the Wind" fame, and from the gay
nineties comes dainty embroidered
and lace trimmed neckwear that
gives a frothy whiteness about the
throat, in striking contrast to the F
dark spring suit. High necklines con-
tinue for neckwear and gilets worn
with suits, although many new V-
necks are also seen with frilly jabots!
and ruffles. A S
Shirt s Are Suiarts
With beige and gray suits, dark

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too, long, buttoned dusty pink gloves dusty pinks and blues are destined to
are the perfect complement for that be greatly in demand this spring
new short-sleeved frock. to offset dark colors, especially navy
Fabric, Kid Combine and brown.
One of the pet models of a well- Long, white kid gloves are the per-
known glove manufacturer is a pair ennial favorite for formal wear, but
of kid and fabric combination gloves metallic gloves in gold and .silver are
with copper-tan kid backs or with quite in vogue this spring., These
cream colored fabric backs. Equally latter gloves are fashioned like gaunt-
interesting are the Kislav white doe- lets, having the same long wide cuffs,
skin models that are worn with black and affording a most effective con-
patent leather. trast for black or brown lace evening
Pastel suede slip-ons in the new gowns.

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season. One hat, brimmed in front,
rises to a cone from which strips of
leather cascade.
Suede Stands High
Small straw sailors and felt or
suede pill boxes stand high in the pre-
vailing mode for dressier hats. Bright-
ly colored ribbon is often used to re-
lieve ' their severity. Unusual color
combinations, such as purple-red and
brilliant blue on black, are frequently
Gay, Printed.C oat s
In Various Colors
Enter For Evening
The spring evening jackets are as
exotic and springlike as the formals
they are to go over. They come plain
and figured, quilted and smooth,

Nov el tyTweed,
Plaids, Checks
Seen In Wool
The new wools come nubbed,
plaided, checked or plain in a va-
riety of colors and weights suitable
for both the dressmaker and tailored
types of spring suits.
Pebbly drepe, crinkle curly and
forsman twed are used for dressy
coats, suits and redingotes, while
boucle weaves appear in everything
from dresses to coats. Line-weave
worsteds are ideal for dressy casual
coats and suits. Diagonal and fancy
nub woolens are especially good for
spectator coats.
Soft, flecy camels hair and lustre
wool are made into many varieties of
spring suits and coats. This mater-
ial, dyed in pastel shades, is often
combined with light furs for early
spring wear. CanIel's hair is always
good-for sports, campus and dress
occasions.
Whip cord and wool gabardine, in
the smoother fabrics, 'are ideal for
campus coats. Not only do these ma-
they are most durable and stay in

suiting materials are also very good.I
Soft ribbed woolens and wool
crepe appear in some of the light
dress coats and spring ensembles..
Open-weave and mesh woolens are
soft and lacy and come in a variety
of shades. They are used chiefly in
ensembles.
Twill weaves have come out in
many new twists. Since they are
hard-surfaced, they give a moldedl
effect when used for fitted suits and
carry out the flattering effect in
swagger coats. There is also a re-
vival of old fashioned fabrics in the,
new twills.1
Flannel, oxford cloth and sergeI
are perennial favorites for the lightj
weight suit, and tweds appear in all
varieties for every purpose.
PEP UP YOUR WARDROBE
Don't be monotonous this spring;
wake up your wardrobe with wild
contrasts. Since the startling success
of the black and white combination
this winter, everything is in contrast:
not only is black and white still
shown together but color with color
and print with solid color.

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neckwear is often preferred, in black
linen, ruffled organdie or sheers.
Plain shirts are especially smart in L
dark, colors, worn with a brilliant!
brooch instead of a tie, and giving a(
neat appearance to the semi-tailored 1108 South Universit
suit. Dark shirts are often topped
with striking white waistcoats or
vests of white pique or linen, a fash- OPEN SATURDAY EVENING TILL 9:00
[on which became famous in southern ,
resorts this year.

bright and dark.
Quilted satin in pastel
been made into a finger

tones has
tip' length

Women are becoming more and
more leg conscious.
Hose should be selected as carefully
as shades of rouge or lipstick with
emphasis on matcing natural swing
tones and selecting the appropriate
weight of stockings. The appearance
of any women can be improved 80
per cent by correct shade and weight
in hosiery.

coat. The back ripples smoothly
down from the shoulder line, and at Ann Arbor shop comes in pale baby
the throat there is a jobot of self- pink and blue figures, and is quilted.
material on which Mad.ameoiselle's But most of the prints this year are
monogram may appear. very striking with magnified, bril-
Taffeta, both plain and figured, Iliant flowers in tropical colors.
also appears in three-quarter length Pleasing to the more conservative
evening wraps. Shoulders may be miss is a little .velveteen wrap
very broad and boxy, or smooth and fashioned like a baby's'sacque. It is
clinging. The taffeta may comple- simple and loose, with three-quarter
ment your dress, or it may contrast length bell sleeves and no collar. It
vividly. ties with a velveteen cord at the neck
A printed taffeta jacket seen in an and falls to just below the waist.

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WA-lkOver's at the bottom of it-smartest sandal-
monger of them all. Gives you the latest breeze-
swept styles to take the air in. Peeking toes,
perforations=-everything open and aboveboard.

Goodyear,
Fashn Show
MICHIGAN LEAGUE BALLROOM
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
March 16 and 17 at 8 P.M.
THE STARTLING NEW THEMES in "Polycolor" for Springi . .
fashion's newest ideas in the realm of coats and smart suits . . . the
unusual versatility in dress trends this season . . . multiple ideas
for gay Campus clothes . . . the last word in lovely formal and
dinner attire for evening. All to be shown next Wednesday and
Thursday, in Goodyear's own inimitable way.

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