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March 28, 1957

March 28, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Rain Is No Longer a Spring Problem

By NANCY VERMULLEN
"In the spring a young man's
fancy lightly turns," and it's only
natural for the coed to hope it
turns towards her. However, the
really wise miss does more than
just hope; she gives the "young
man's fancy" a push in the right
direction by taking careful stock
of herself and brushing up on
beauty habits.
A last-minute date and your
hair's a mess. What to do? Turn
down the date? Never! Perfume
added to the setting water makes
hair dry faster, and adds a sweet
scent besides.
March winds have a way of
playing havoc with a hairdo and
building up electricity in it. Usu-
ally, th" first two (Idys after sham-
pooing, when there is relatively
little oil in the hair, present the
most difficulty.

Creme Shampoo . .
Tackle the problem with a creme
rinse. Use a mild shampoo and
rinse thoroughly before applying
the rinse. A soft-bristled hair
brusn and a flexible large-tooth
comb will reduce friction.
Well-groomed hair demands a
well-groomed face, and after one
o those endless eight-to-five days
in class. mouths have a way ,of
looking as though they'd never
heard of lipstick.
Beauty -conscious coeds apply
powder to their lips before whip-
ping out the tube; the powder pro-
vides a lasting base and the lip-
stick stays on much longer.
"But my fingernails always
break off; they just won't get
long!" Neat hair and makeup are
useless if the hands ar poorly-

groomed, so to remedy this prob-
lem, add a bit of unflavored gela-
tin to your morning orange juice.
Gelatin is rich in calcium, and
will strengthen the nails.
Bulge Battle . .
Will your newly-embellished
grooming have a newly-slim fig-
ure to set it off to advantage?
It's starchy dorm food versus
spring sheaths in the Battle of
the Bulge!
Some girls make a game out of
dieting by buying a dress in the
size they'd like to be, and setting
their goal at being able to wear
it. For successful calorie count-
ing, the trick is to eat slowly; you
can fool your stomach into believ-
ing you're eating more than you
actually are.

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All-Weather
Coats Protect,
Look Smart
By MARY BETH GODFROY
"Into every life, some rain must
fall."
This old expression is particu-
larly true, in the literal sense, to
coeds who attend the University.
Ann Arbor has long been known
for its monsoon season and un-
expected showers which trap stu-
dents in Mason Hall without pro-
tection for their trip home.
The rainwear fashions for this
spring are designed to provide
ample protection from April show-
ers and, at the same time, have
the appearance of smart-looking
coats.
These two features are combined
in the all-weather coats which
are being shown more and more
each season.
Tweeds are a popular fabric, for
these coats travel in any weather.
Cotton poplin treated for water
repellancy and styled to resist the
wina is another fabric designers
are using in these all-weather
coats.
High collars, push-up sleeves,
patch pockets and belted backs
add touches of excitement to these
coats. Detachable capes are an-
other feature that will be seen in
this year's fashions.
New Pink . ,.
Pink appears to be a favorite
color this season and many of
these "disguised" raincoats will be
shown in varying shades of this
color. Beige, yellow and blue are,

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WITH RUFFLES ADDED-the shirtdress goes feminine'
The New Shiridress
JACQUELINE STRANDBERG I waistline; but the most favored
upple dresses billow from sheath has a perfectly fitted, un-
ulder to hem this spring, cluttered line, which is so suitable
xentle, flattering silk, larger, for the coed because it lends it-
re gracious sleeves and fuller self to a variety of accessories

CONVERTIBLE COATS . . . with a
other colors which are also going>
to be quite popular in rainwear
according to the fashion fore-
casters.
Linings of these coats will add
their spark of color to the fashions.
Shimmering taffeta and calico in
delicate prints will grace the inside
of the coats.
These raincoats are shown in
two different shorty lengths as
well as street length. Matching
caps complement the outfit.
Another version of the all-
weather coat is the trench coat.
This has been gaining steadily in
popularity since its introduction
and will continue to be very im-
portant on the spring fashion
scene.

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WHATEVER YOUR PLANS
WE HAVE THE CLOTHES
YOU NEED
COATS- SUITS - DRESSES
BLOUSES-SKIRTS-SWEATERS
SHORTS - SLACKS
SWIM-SU ITS -JACKETS

skirts are the major media of this
look.
Tailored shirts, originally for
men only, took a downward turn
last year and grew to new dress
lengths.
Now this shirtdress has acquired
an easy more feminine air. Slight-
ly fuller sleeves and open necks
(open as far as the wearer dares)
help to achieve the noticeable
change. The severity of the mas-
culine-derived style has been
softened with ruffles and bows.
But the C-irt-waist still remains
the same practical, good looking,
easy to care for dress that won it
previous popularity,
Billowy Skirts
Skirts for the shirtdress are ei-
ther gathered or pleated. The
lighter fabrics used this spring
allow for greater fullness with less
bulk.
The male population, once op-
posed to "mannish" clothes for
women, must surely approve the
feminine shirtwaist of this sea-
son.
Still holding their own in the
fashion field are slim, willowy
sheath dresses. However, the influ-
ence of the new fullness is in evi-
dence here too, for many sheaths
feature balloon sleeves.
The draped back, or "blousen",
look, is also noticeable in the slim
dresses.
Sheaths Popular
Many of the less dressy sheaths
feature the slightly lowered, looser

and thus to numerous occasions.
In further accord with adapta-
bility, the sheath has acquired an
overskirt. Full, light skirts in
matching color, perhaps with em-
broidered or appliqued design, are
gaining in popularity because they
enable women to swiftly change
the mood of their costume.
Closely fitting bodices, often de-
fined by bands of ribbon, predomi-
nate more than ever since they
compliment the extra fullness be-
ing accented this spring.
Feminine Frills
Feminine frills are here to stay.
Ruffles, lace, and bows are being
shown on all types of clothes.
Ruffled front "dandy" dresses, lace
trim on collars and cuffs and soft
bows at the neckline are favorites.
Fabrics, colors, and patterns
concentrate on complimenting
femininity. Along with silk, eye-
let, heavily embroidereA cotton,
and synthetic fabrics are being
used. Dainty prints and pastels,
along with the traditional black
and white are appearing.
Many dresses take their own
short jackets or sweaters for a
change in occasion; contrasting or
matching colors and prints seem
the favorites,
Most of the jackets are cut just
to the midriff and button in the,
back. Many allow a bow on the
dress to peep through at the neck-
line or just above the waist.

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