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THE MICHIGAN fDAILY

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WOMEN'S STAFF
Women's Editor
Janet Hiatt
Ass't. Women's Ed.
Grace Miller
Junior1
Night Editors:.
Margaret Avery
Jeanne Cordell
Barbara DeFries
Jean .Gilmer
Kay Ruddy
Lois Shapiro
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ISSUE EDITOR: JEAN GILMER/
Plastic Slipper Fitsi
Modern Cinderellas
You too can be a Cinderella in the
next thing to glass slippers as the
latest] footwear for evening is plastic
net. Made of a newly developed syn-
thetic materials, they are literally as
light as feathers, which you all can
appreciate knowing how hard five or
six hours of dancing are on your feet.
\The net is unbelievea ly strong and
endurable although each shoe weighs
only fotr ounces. The slippers come
in all colors and hues as well as in
combinations such as silver with gold,
red with black or green with gold.

You Can't Play Godiva Forever;
Experiment With New H at Style

By JEAN CALDWELL
Even though the Michigan coed
doesn't wear a hat very often, thereI
are times when the occasion demands
us to break with this habit of ours.
For such times as these we suggest the
following:
The cloche bonnet. It's reallyj
climbing right up to top place (with
apologies to the Hit-Parade) and
promises to be one of the blst for
town wear this winter. The deep
crown gives height to those who don't
-have it and the bonnet tones down
the severe look and flatters you as
only a bonnet can.
Flowers For Fall
"The flowers that bloom in the fall,
tra-la" are really blossoming forth
this season, now with your suit and
later with your fur coat. A black orj
brown crown with cyclamen, blue,
or gold flowers will fill the bill for
something dressy after five. Theyj
come with veils or snoods for those.
who like back-fullness.
Five O'clock Fireworks is what theyI
call those bonnets that are brighten-}
ed by sequins. It's a very appropriate
name. The sequins catch the lights
as they begin to blink on apd reflect
them like the sparklers on the Fourth
of July. Our sequin-eyed susan is
ready to do some fancy heart-snatch-
ing, so beware!
Add Some Quills,
For those who like the classic sailor,
something new has been added -
qiuills. They add dash and a jaunty
note to your city suit or country
tweeds, 4nd with a veil, are handy
hats for that 9:00 to 5:00 dress.
"Wear your hat instead of your

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hair" say all the millinery stylists
1and they've really done their best to
put that idea over by flooding the
market with turbans, scarfs, and any-
thing that will cover up your curly
locks. They say that the season's sil-
houette is down in back-down in
looks too we think, and you can
quqte us. The snood effect is too
much hat, besides getting ii the way
of your coat.
Feathers are coming in for their
share of popularity this year. On
sailors, on brims, and on all sorts
of casual hats they add a dab of
color to your costume. Put them on
a pillbox, pile your hair on top of
your head in soft curls, and we guar-
antee the results.
variety In Cdmrpus
Attire Is Provided
By Wool Classics
If you've grown a little weary of
the traditional sweater and skirt for
classes and sport, why not give your-
self a new lease on life with a new
casual wool dress? The classic shirt-
waist is always a favorite for campus
wear. One love of a fine-drawn plaid'
has very simple but flattering lines.
The top is tailored like a shirt and
the skirt is pleated.
New shoulder padding in wool
dresses gives the shoulders a smooth
sloping line. The sleeves are three-
quarter length and the dress is bas-
ically plain. A "V" neckline adapts
itself gracefully to your latest ac-

Qabardine Ski
Squit Becomes
Popular Choice
Most of us won't get to Sun Valley.
Idaho, this year, but we have plenty
of opportunity to do a little impress-
ing on local skating rinks and ski
chutes, anyhow. For this year win-
ter sports outfits are smart and flat-
tering enough to make us all look
like "Snow Queens."
Gabardine has definitely reached
the top in popular choice for ski
suits, probably because of its flat-
tering effect (no more bulking look-

The change in weather from earIy
fall to pre-winter brings about a not-'
iceable change in suit styles. An in-
novation this season is the slack suit
-slacks with a matching or harmon-
izing jacket. and there are still the
old timers, the three piece suits and
the skirt and jacket combinations.
The new slack suits for hiking and
bicycling may be had either with a
matching jacket or in jacket and
slacks of contrasting colors. One
jacket is made of navy blue chin-
chilla cloth lined in wine jersey with
slacks to match. For those who never'

go hiking or biking, slacks are very
special favorites for studying.
Also being featured are dresses
with matching coats. Some of the
coats are in solid colors with the
dresses harmonizing in plaid and the
other way around. Of the more novel
coat and dress ensembles is the coat
of bunny fur trimmed in blue to
exactly match its dress.
Among the fur-trimmed jackets is
one with a collar of light fur that ex-
tends the full length and around to
the sidcs at the bottom, tuxedo style.

Combining two into one is a helpful
feat when the articles are winter
clothing. For those who attempt vain-
ly tokeep hat, scarf, gloves and coat
intact while taking- notes, the followv-
ing news will be great indeed.
A hat and scarf combination, that
is truly flattering has been found*
It may also be worn as a turban, or
sash. A great variety of hues have
been combined in this novelty to
make it extremely colorful.
Grandmother is bound to exclaim
that you stole it from her trunk. But,
don't let that fool you, the older the
style, the newer the fashion.

Winter Slacks Suit Is Innovation Combined Hat-Scarf
Stages Come-Back

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ing outfits) which at the same time
insures perfect warmth. The new
reversible suits are really designed
for the practical minded. These out-
fits mean two in one, and can be
turned inside out--or outside in-
before you can count to ten.
White and red makes a smart look-
ing reversible ski suit, but blue and
red. black and red. and green and
white, will also add color to a snow
white landscape. These outfits are
being tailored for extra flattery. Ski
pants are fitting at the ankles giv-
ing the same effect as jodphurs, and
making it easy to slip on skates or
ski shoes.
Even if you're not the outdoor
type, you won't be able to resits the
adorable, skating outfits which com-
bine wool or gabardine tops with vel-
veteen, botany flannel, and wool
skirts. Different looking and giving
that peasant effect are the pinafore
skirts with white sweaters embroid-
ered with red hearts. Another at-
tractive outfit consists of a black bot-
any flannel skirt topped with a white
fleece jacket.
Accessories for these outfits not
only insure warmth, but guarantee
a real pickup for those of us who
must be satisfied with last year's out-
fits. Striped knitted scarfs which can
be turned into turbans, wrapped into
ties or sashes are good for adding
pep. Hockey mittens have taken the
place of boxing gloves, and are longer
and bulkier than ever this year.
cessory whim or you may wear a
white collar;for a really tailored look.
Wool jumpers and pinafores are
still to the fore this year and look
very nice over white long sleeved
blouses, either cotton or silk. One
} good looking jumper in, green wool
has a square neck, tight-fitting bod-
ice top and full whirling. skirt. Fbr
you who prefer more tailored lines
there are plaid "V" neck jumpers
with slim pleated skirts.

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shoes at the Daily Fashion
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November 13.

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