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November 08, 1939 - Image 11

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THE-- MICHIGAN DAILY__

Necklaces Are Heavy

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New Pajamas
Combine Style
With Comfort

Just as man has developed from
the monkey, so Sophomore Cabaret r f
has been a direct out-growth of Soph-
omore Circus
Away back in the chilly month of t " { .,"
December, 1§27, the sophomore wom
en of Michigan decided to pep up the Synthetic stones and bright me-
campus by forming the Sophomore tals are combined to make the
Sisters Incorporated, Amalgamated heavy necklaces which top the
and Consolidated Circus. very plain dress or sweater so
The group of "Sisters" pitched their ,effectivey-._:
red and yellow tents in Sarah Caswell
Angell Hall early in the- morning ofColle idtes C r
the second of December and for two ,J
days the place was the scene of the ousecoats D a l
utmost activity,.
Senstioal ctsFor Leisure Hour S

by MARGARET WALSH
Even the prospective breadwinners,
among us are granted one time' in
our lives when we can find the lei-
sure (?) to lounge around informally
in a smart-looking housecoat' and be
a boudoir fashion plate, and that
time is while we are in college.
Designers, shop-keepers, and buy-
ers are all on our side, and they have
seen to it that we no longer need to
shrink at the thought of anyone see-
ing us in the old-fashioned "bath-
robe". Graceful lines, soft materials,
and color appeal make the modern
negligee or housecoat a joy to a
college woman, and most of us can-
not accumulate enough of them.
Light-weight Rayon
Even with winter in the offing,
light-weight housecoats are indis-
pensable for the rare occasions when'
your residence has the heat turned
on. so that you can notice it. Rayon
is proving to be one of the most pop-
ular materials; because it is made in
delicate or vivid colors, as you wish,
looks perishable, and yet is really
the best bet for practicability. Per-
sonally, we can't tell the difference
between some housecoats that are
new and others that have been wash-
ed innumerable times.
French blue has entered the scene
with an eloquent gesture, and pro-
vides the background for many of
the season's prettiest prints. Bright
colors and gaiety of design seem to
be the answer to a rainy afternoon
of studying.
Flair Skirt Appears
Where, more than in the modern
housecoat, could the popular flair
skirt and full front be more advan-
tageously employed? As skirts get
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By CLARA LENFESTEY
Sleeping wear? Ah! There is one
part of mi-ladies wardrobe that owes
much to today's revival of leg-o-
mutton sleeves, eyelet embroidery
and wasp-waists.
In fact pennies are now being
spent for pajamas by women who,
heretofore, had sworn they would
never own a pair, and dollars on nigh-
ties by those, who before, had never
given such things as much as a
glance!
And no wonder!, Have you seen
the fitted flannel nighties, trimmed
in pink rick-rack and eyelet em-
broidery, with their long sleeves
gathered at the wrist. They are
quaint, attractive and very practical
for zero weather. Other models have
straight boxy lhies with an old-
fashioned yoke top. The flannel is
soft and comes in pastel prints.
Flannels Are 'Butcher-Boy' Style
The "butcher-boy's top predomin-
ates among the flannel and heavier
cottons. One shop is showing pink
and blue "butcher-boy" models
trimmed with contrasting eyelet em-
broidery. The trousers are very wide,
even swashbuckling, in their full-
nress.
A pair that is sure to be your
'favorite is made of a soft blue vel-
vety wool-silk material trimmed in
white angora. The square neckline
with its angora trim is emphasized
with three lines of open-work three
inches below the botder done in the
same soft, white wool. The sleeves
are puffed and the lines of the
jacket, boxy.
- Robe Matches Pajamas
If you are the tailored type, a
white pin-stripe on navy fashioned
in the 'oft-showed' butcher-boy lines.
with a high color and wonderful
three-quarter length sleeves is "it."
-The trousers on this suit are also
'very full. A pin-stripe robe may be
found to match. It has fitted lines
with the. two sides joined together
With one loo-o-ong zip - - - p-er. A
fringed tie-belt completes the fit-
ting at the waist.
P.S. The collar is high And round-
ed too, and the sleeves full-length
and cuffed.
Matched sets of pajamas and robes
are also in evidence. One particular-
ly different style was, a fitted, wrap
around robe, made of an old-fashion-
ed blue and pink print With two
little gathered pockets and sleeves
full to the elbow where they are
gathered in a froth of organdy trim.
The neckline is high and rounded
and also trimmed in organdy as are
the pockets. A wide border of the
organdy emphasizes the width of the
skirt and best of all, the waist is
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