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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SPRING IN THE BUD:
Flowers Enhance Wardrobes
By Adding Note of Brightness
Coeds Employ Potted Plants, Blossoms
To Give Cheerful Atmosphere to Rooms

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COTTON BLOUSES and SKIRTS
Plan your summer around lots of cotton blouses and skirts

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. . .gaysome summer separates

By KATHRYN RADOVAN
Since spring cannot seem to get
a foothold this year coeds are be-
0 ing forced to look elsewhere than
to the sun for a touch of bright-
ness.
Many have found that flowers
help to lighten moods on these
dreary days.
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FLOWERS made their first ma-
jor appearance of the season in
the Easter parade. New hats
sported floral designs of all kinds.
Vari-colored rose designs were
most prevalent. Crowns of
Stores Dispa
New Perfumes
For Springtime
By KATHERINE ZEISLER
Spring of 1951 finds Ann Arbor
stores featuring new cosmetic
shades and perfume scents which
are as light and airy as spring
breezes..
April marks the time-to change
from heavy, clinging perfumes us-
ually associated with winter and
winter clothes to light, cool scents.
Later on when summer is here
in full force, very light flower
fragrances will be more suitable.
In keeping with the trends
started last summer, solid per-
fumes are becoming more and
more popular. Local stores fea-
ture many of last year's familiar
liquid fragrances in stick form.
1951 spring lipsticks are de-
signed to accent the blues that
are so popular in this year's fash-
ions. New blue and violet tones
are rivaling last year's pinker
shades.
Women with distinct hair and
complexion colors will choose lip-
stocks with either very light or
very dark shades to accent their
features as well as the blues in
their wardrobes.
Redheads and platinum blondes
prefer orange or red'tones in lip-
stick while brunettes favor deep
reds. The medium blond or brown-
ette will find the new blue shades
to be in perfect harmony with her
hair and complexion.

bright daisies, bluebells and
other small buds served to com-
plement new outfits.
With this taste of spring, col-
lege women found that their
rooms looked too cold and "win-
terish." Potted hyacinths and tu-
lips were purchased to add cheer
to the drab atmosphere.
CUT FLOWERS, too, add frag-
rance and color. Roses, carna-
tions or any seasonal blooms may
be purchased and placed in a small
flower-bowl. These floating blos-
soms help to add "that feminine
touch" to the bare college room.
Cotton and rayon blouses are
enhanced by pinning a small
bouquet at the neckline. Suits
and after five dresses are given
"that special look" by using
floral accessories.
The coed who wishes to draw
attention to her hair or eyes may
do so by wearing floral accessories
in the tresses. Slim waistlines
may be accented by attaching a
bunch of flowers to the beltline
of one's dress.
FOR THE WOMAN whose lip-
line is her outstanding feature,
flowers prove to be a great asset.
Blossoms worn at the neck im-
mediately attract attention to and
accentuate the lips.
Lipstick manufacturers rea-
lize the importance of flowers in
the field of cosmetics. New lip-
stick shades include many rose
and lilac hues this spring.
Perfume makers, too, turn their
attentions to summer blossoms.
Most popular perfumes have flow-
er bases. By extracting the essen-
tial oils, the perfumer can cap-
ture thefragrance of the flower.
* * *
JASMINE AND ROSE are found
in almost every good perfume be-
cause they add "softness" and
"cushion" to a fragrance.
The rose was the first of all
blooms to be used as perfume,
and is still a great favorite to-
day. Lily and lilac scents are
popular, too.
Even the new fabrics follow the
flower motif. Floral designs are
to be found in all materials rang-
ing from cotton to silk, and in all
modes of dress from bathing
suits and daytime fashions to for-
mal evening wear.

. separates to mix and match for

endless wardrobe variations. a. White, lilac, yellow or navy classic'shirt. Sizes 32 to 38 3.50.
b. Scroll print full skirt in gold, purple, or navy. Sizes 10 to 16. 8.95.
c. Copper, rose, royal and rose grey sheer plaid blouse; convertible collar. Sizes 32 to.38. 4.95.
d. Unpressed pleats surround a full skirt of navy, purple or green solid. Sizes 10 to 16. 5.95.
e. Johnny collar blouse in white, lilac, orchid, yellow,
pink, citron, blue or navy. Sizes 9 to 15. 3.95.

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* SAIL REI
* SUMMER NAVY
* COFFEE CREAM
* CITRUS YELLOW
a. Fitted Band Bra; in sizes small,
medium or large.
2.5.
b. Boxer Spars Shorts; sizes small,,
medium or large.
3.95
a. Striped Crew Hat; sizes mall,
medium or large.
d. Air Mail Striped Blazer. In
sizes 10 to 18.

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a. Plastic-lined Ditty Bag;
string rope tied.
f. Deck Trousers to roll
down; sies 10 to 18.

7.50
Araw.
2.95
up or
u.31#

g. Toggle Jacket of Navy fame.
Small, medium or large.
h. Little Boy Shorts, striped or
solid; sizes 10 to 18.
3.75
1. Sunsquarg Vest, a sun top in
sizes 10 to 18.
3.95

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j. Lazy Susan Turn-about Skirt;
small, medium or large.
6.95
*Mixable, matchable * Cool, but rugged
0 Sanforized * A cinch to tub and iron quickly
Ready for plenty of wear and tear under the sun ... sturdy cotton sail.
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