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THE MICHIGAN DA-ICY
March 28. 1957
March 28, 1957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Lingerie Dips Pastel
By ELAINE HUGHES straight skirts. However, the crino-
Time-pressured college women line has not been replaced for
will be pleased by this year's trend wear under full party dresses.
in lingerie, Michigan men seem to laud the
Emphasis is being placed on loss of coed interest in wide, bil-
drip-dry, no-iron slips, petticoats, lowing crinolines. Complained one
pajamas and bathrobes. The da-
cron-cotton-nylon blend is most young man, "I can't get close
popular, as it has all the advant- enough to my date when she is
ages of pure nylon without being wearing one."
as clinging in the warm summer A fashion innovation accompan-
weather. ies the sheath-cut slip so well-re-
The traditional white formerly ceived this year. Many of these
used in lingerie has been replaced petticoats and full-length slips are
by bright pastels and dark shades. slit on both sides. These slits pro-
Colors range from flamboyant red vide greater ease in walking and
to soft shades of green and beige. help keep the slip from sliding up
Lilac is the feature color this when sitting.
year in all kinds of lingerie. College women show a pref-
Colorful Slips erence for shortie pajamas this
The colorful slips and petticoats Spring. They overwhelmingly
are designed to coordinate with choose the bloomer-type bottom
outer layers of clothing. Both light and frilly, be-ribboned tops.
and dark underclothing can con- Pajama Styles
trast or match the wearer's cos- Feminine pajamas seem to be
tume. forsaken when the currently popu-
Last year's popular crinoline lar mixed pajama party is immi-
slips are losing ground in the nent. Coeds then prefer longer,
fashion race to the sheath-cut type opaque styles that have twin mod-
because of the trend -to tailored, els for their dates.
The Ivy League style trend is
manifested also in pajamas. The
pants are bermuda length and
sometimes have buckles in back.
Jackets have button-down col-
lars and tight-fitting sleeves. Tra-
ditional Ivy stripes and checks as
well as solid colors like khaki are
used in the fabrics.
Ivy League styling is not re-
stricted just to pajamas. It is in-
fluencing fashion trends in bath-
robes also. Cotton robes that
match Ivy pajamas are popular
Besides cotton, terry cloth and
nylon are common fabrics for
bathrobes. Nylon ones are particu-
larly pleasing to the traveling coed,
as they are crush and wrinkle-
Perfect for pale summer shoes
are matching stockings which tint
the legs lightly to match the shoes
and even the rest of the costume.
Stockings come in filmy pink,
frosty grey, and butterscotch beige.
They give the wearer the look of
flowing color which Parisian de-
signers have shown for spring.
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IVY LEAGUE LOOK AT BEDTIME-Coeds lounge in striped
pajamas and nightgown that show obvious influence of the
popular Ivy League fad. Pajamas have bermuda length pants and
a jacket with a button-down collar.
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Trirn and tailored
for easy-going cornfort
Ivy League in Stripes,
Checks and Plain
£hirtr for your
Here is the gentlemanly leisure look with every well-
established fashion detail. Colorings are subdued yet
lively. You'll enjoy these shirts in the great tradition
of good appearance. Drop by to see them today.
119 S. Main St. Ann Arbor
"WHERE THE GOOD CLOTHES COME FROM"
Open Monday Till 8:30-Tues. thru Saturday to 5:30
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Fashion is navy, flashed with the dash of blazing white in strategic
amounts . . . and worn with the infinite assurance of tasteful elegance from
top to toe, as we show it here. This is your navy look for
spring . . . refreshing, utterly feminine, definitely new when seen this wayl
k of white
A. White and navy costume umbrella; ruffled sheath.
New! And just the thing for the man'who prefers sleek;
trim lines and distinctive simplicity. Crafted to tradi-
tional Florsheim Quality standard in rich, lustrous
BLACK CALF ... $19.95
B. Chanel-inspired linen-textured silk suit with sleeveless
white and navy dotted blouse. 8 to 16. 75.00
C. Mademoiselle's navy calf attache pump.
D. Navy or white calf letter-pouch handbag.
304 South State
E. Willowy coat of navy worsted milano. 8 to 16.