100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 26, 1939 - Image 23

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1939-09-26

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

ght Colors
re Featured
In Fall Coats
rsibles Are Displayed
Bright Plaid Tweeds
th Detachable Hoods
that school days have really
again fall seems to be inevit-
id with it comes cool days and
colors. The modern woman's
urns automatically to thoughts
rt coats for both sports and
of the latest styles in the sports
iat is appearing this season
double breasted reversable of
brightly plaid tweeds. Many
e coats have detachable hoods
same material and are just
ng for those rainy days during
id winter.
Great Coats Popular
ral camel's hair in either re-
e or great coats are the sort
vill blend harmoniously with
bright color of the new plaids.
reat coats are news this year,
ull sleeves and a lot of room
ough the body of the coat, they
od looking in a casual sort of
s that are bright and coats
re plaid are leadin gthe fashion
of the season. Short box
nd jackets of stop red or green
oy make the ideal football out-
en matched with a plaid wool
that has the same tones in it.
ed Flannel Linings Good
,her very smart and practical
quarters length coat is of navy
s hair with bright brass
s. It is lined with the bright-
ssible shade of red flannel so
n and will look extremely well
it blows open on windy fall
coats are shorter and better
d than ever before this sea-
Although there are many new
sing methods being used on the
rd furs the outstanding news
field is the tailoring. Racoon
ached a new high as a result
improved way of cutting and
ng the pelts.
)ard in the new box style has
a renewed popularity this
Tiny hats trimmed in this fur
.usually smart for dress wear
ave a distinctive note about
A little pill box of brown felt
his soft fur around the sides
ugly on the head by means of
stic band on the back of your
ind is the height of \style for.

Velvet Revers Featured On Coats

S" \
i,:l
-.
. ~ \-
.
+k //
/:
. : _ ~

t a.
, " °

THE MICHIGAN DAIL
Bustles, Low
Waistlines Are
Formal CHits

Y

Ii
J~'\'M
aI , /y
r f
y FF

f/x'

~, ...

E
.

, *f

Fashion Features Plaids,
Black And Gold Stripes
For FallEvening Wear
Of course the news has spread
around by now that bustles and low
waistlines are the fashion sensation
of the season for formal wear. But
fortunately for those of us who are
shy of radical styles, these. features
will be definitely modified for the
campus formal.
Even plaids are appearing in shim-
mering new materials and youthful
models to delight all feminine hearts
this winter. One unusual dress of
a rich plaid has a band of gold
threads through it to add a glow
under artificial lights. The skirt is
full with a high bodice bound in a.
black velvet band and topped by
narrow velvet straps. It has a jacket
of the same material with smart vel-
vet revers.
Black And Gold Stripes Unusuala
Stripes are in excellent taste in
excellent taste if they are of a black
and gold-cloth combination. One
classic dress of this type is cut on
simple lines that flow into a full
skirt from a high bodice. There is
a little shirring on the top to give
grace to the wearer and emphasize
the lines- of the dress. Its crowning
glory is a halter top and tailored mess
jacket.
Gold and silver lame in a new soft
weave isi the material for many of
the beautifully draped models to
dazzle your escort of an evening. If
you have a particular fondness for
any of the new colors this fall, they
may also be obtained in this material
and are unusual as well as lovely for
the big occasions of the year.
New Shades In Velvets
Velvets are the perennial favorite
tan dthis season are on display in ex-
citing new shades.. Shirred dinner
dresses are just the thing for dinner.
dates' before formal dances, and are
usually cut on formal lines so tiat
the most discriminating would ap-
prove.
The Oriental influence has made
itself felt, this' season for evening
wear. Chinese redscrepe blouses
with heavy embroidery about the
collar and sleeves are close to the
exotic when worn With a black crepe
or velvet dinner skirt. Persian fig-
ures are unusual in heavy woven
metallic cloth styled on dramatic
lines.
There is still a great demand for
the simple, girlish sort of dress to
bring out' the charm of an unsophis-
ticated miss. Chiffons in starling
color combinations are still in the
best of taste this fall and are appear-
ing with new, high shirred bodices.

Vou'UIlike !theway
they fit ud Iflare
..these woolens

SMoOTxIEs" that are really in the smart-
est fashion groove for Fall. All you gals
who wear a size between 9 to 20 will find
a choice number in goblin green, royal
blue or earth brown. Elinor is wearing
this plaid wool to classes and for early

Class of '43 and she comes-from Ashland; Ken-
tucky. That's all we can tell you today, but
watch Mack's ads for where she goes, who her
escort is and what she will wear!

t
Rafield's broad snap
brim in autumn shades.
Named after Elinor.

Regular Routine Is Necessary
For That Band-Box Appearance

P.m. coke dates.

Are Featured
s, Satins And Velvets
lamorize Fall Wraps
is question of an evening wrap
may be worn with all one's for-
in all sorts of weather is the
nial problem on the college wo-
s budget. The old solution to
roblem was an interlined black
t wrap with a touch of white fur
e neck.
signers all over the country have
ed that this standstill shall end.
orous and exciting new coats
been shown in all of the autumn
asts. They include such luxur-
new materials as quilted and
ded satin, richly embroidered
is and a host of new furs.
.ffy box jackets made of all the
haired furs are among the new-
rs to the fashion parade. ,Pin-
p length coats vie with the floor
h ones for honors in the strictly
il furs of the season. Silver and
fox, skunk, velvet and leopard
ined and dozens of new process-
nethods for familiar furs go to
up the coats new on display.
1-length brocaded coats with the
tal influence clearly shown in
eavy gold and silk embroidery
the tailored neck and sleeves
wraps of this style a distinctive
and perfectly poised appearance
e wearer-
pes have come into their own
. this year to further carry out
ictorian influence found in most
e new styles of the season. With
in the limelight it is only to be
ted that they will be found in
abundance over evening capes.
of the same material as the
or of a silky fur that will be kind
ur most perfest formal hair-do
add a dramatic touch all women
o have.

One of the most important aspects
of. the. University woman's life is the
care she. gives herself. She dresses in
fireman's time, she rushes off to a
multitude of activities, classes and
appointments and nine times out of
teen tiears herself away from a bridge
game with half an hour to go before
an important week-end date.
But for al! of this, her face and
figure come first when her time is
being planned on the personal ac-
tivity budget. Good grooming is es-
sential to a successful college career
and the dozens of little points that
go into the creation of a -well dressed
woman may be tucked into the time
budget so as not to interfere with
stuying or the traditional bull ses-
sions.
Fruit Juice Is Better
Complexions are of prime impor-
tance and are seriously menaced
with the college woman's' custom of
mid-night snacks and eating be-
tween meals. For the benefit of both
face and figure it might be well to
try ordering a fruit drink instead of
a coke when the group gathers for a
few minutes relaxation. And do go
easy on rich deserts and candy, espe-
cially chocolate, which will play havoc
with the best of complexions.
In spite of the advertisements,
most college women have neither the
time nor the patience to bother with
an. elaborate set of creams and lo-
tions although they do find that a
liberal application of cream about
once a week will help to retain the
fine soft texture of the skin against
the harsh winter breezes.
Makeup Must Blend
A good foundation is really all that
is needed for a clear complexion if
one is careful to remove every trace
of make-up each night. Make-up
must be chosen to harmonize with in-
dividual skin tones ,and particularly
with one's wardrobe.
The care of the hands, nails and
elbows are another important prob-
lem that need not take a great deal
of time if it is gone about in a scien-
tific manner. Careful scrubbing, little
cream on the elbows and a bi-weekly
change of nail polish is a contribut-
ing factor to a well-groomed appear-
ance..
The new long hair-dos will require
more careful washing and brushing
than ever this winter. For a sleek,
smooth coiffure try several minutes
of' vigorous brushing every night. It
will do wonders towards relaxing one
after a concentrated study session.
If the length of your hair bothers you
while you're striving to do a difficult
bit of translation, why not gather up
the loose ends in a coarse snood that
will be attractive as well as comfort-
able?
The daily shower is one of the col-

lege woman's "musts" to 'pep her up
before a day of classes. It takes only
a minute longer to use a cologne
following this and the refreshing
effects will stay with one for hours.
Perhaps you are the sort who prefers
a shower to tubs, but a weekly soak
and scrub is essential even if you're
sure your daily shower removes the-
dirt. The relaxing effect does won-
ders for your disposition, especially
when a few 'drops of bath oil 'or'
bubble soap are added to the water.-
'When you are dressing in twenty
minutes- flat be sure you don't reach
blindly for the nearest bottle of per-
fume. A touch of just the right per-
fume to fit your mood, and the occa-'
sion will do more to make the eve-
ning a success than the smallest drop
of too heavy or too flippant a scent
could ever do. But be careful that it
doesn't clash with your eau de
cologne.

:,

so M~ichigan is.
a man's school ..
Then Elinor will have at least one
man-tailored shirt in.her wardrobe.
Plaids and checks of autumn shades
in featherweight flannel. Sizes 12
to 20.

795

I

i L

,,,
. . ;
.<
.
{ tr . } .. a L:
.
'
j <;ti
{ }? "3 t
r. { t
"":: ..
,. S4

w

95
2

.: .
to ?
:"*'' F,

Until you don f
your uflannelettes
Get' a great' deal of pleasure out of wear-

/ "'

ingithese Butcher Boy" pajamas.

They

come in flattering shades of blue or rose

and have tricky

rick-rack

trimming.

Broadcloth or.crinkley crepe that needs

no ironing

119

i
Air
a'
,.>'

10 ~0"
,3.95

Phoenix 'is a gjood
habi t to slip into
You'll be complimented on your
loveliness when you wear VITA-
BLOOM hosiery. The process makes
the colors richer, the. fabric, better
wearing. See the new Personality
Coldrs.

I

Swagger tailored
pumps in BROWN
or BLACK SUEDE
with Calf...three dif.
ferent heel heights
to suit your taste! A
price to fit your bud.
get! Come' choose!

85c

others at $1.00 and $1.37

Call 2-4411

I

,

}

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan