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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

March 28, 1957

March 28, 1957

THE /MICHIGAN DAILY

March 28, 1957

TOWARD TAPERED TOES

The Spark of Colorful Accesso

The Influence of 'My Fair Lady'
Is Apparent in Spring Shoe Styling

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LINGERIE from VAN BUREN

By CAROL LEVINE
As the last March wind sub-
sides and the sun begins to peek
over the clouds, a coed just as
naturally turns to Spring and a
new wardrobe.
However beautiful and stylish
an outfit may be, it is not com-
plete without matching accessor-
ies.
Color change has always been a
sign of Spring. This season the de-
signers have presented us with
new and exciting pastels. Mauve
pink and lilac are particularly
prominent. Of course, the old
standards, navy and gray, will
still be popular.
More and more emphasis will
be given to scarfs. Notably dif-
ferent is a lined, double layer silk
taffeta and ombre silk chiffon
scarf. Coming in either blue or
pink, it can serve many purposes.
In a matter of seconds it can be
converted from just a fill-in to a
glamorous boat neckline.
Large chiffon and silk scarfs in
pretty pastel combinations will add
beauty to any plain neckline. A

ticular pouch in beige is decor-
ated with large brass buttons.
For the shorter gal who de-
sires a smaller bag, designers sug-
gest a black patent and plastic
clutch bag or a calfskin box bag
in either navy or red.
Pretty hands need pretty gloves.

In an array of pastel colors, gloves
will range from the classic short
length to the glamorous elbow
length for evenings. White kid-
skin gloves are always a favorite
among party-goers.
To be just a bit different, stores
are featuring two-faced short kid

skin gloves. Only the back is col-
ored. The palm remains white.
Although the weatherman prom-
ises a warm Spring, fashion de-
signers are taking no chances.
Capes in both neutral and match-
ing pastel colors, in cotton or
bulky knits will be displayed in i

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Soft Feminine Shades to Compliment
Your New Spring Wardrobe

BY ANNE O'NEAL
The smartest step forward this
spring is tapered-toe shoe.
The pointed toes for milady's
shoes range from the very sharp
point to the maxim, or inter-
mediately tapered toe seen most
frequently. The maxim shows
the foot slimming point of high
fashion and yet is a little more
conventional than thehextreme
point. University coeds choose the
pointed toe over the old style
rounded toe, and seem to prefer
the maxim to sharper point.
Just as it has dictated other
fashions, "My Fair Lady" has a
pronounced influence on shoes,
seen especially, in the Fair Lady
heel, a delicately curved style,
intermediate in height between
the high stilletto heel and the
very small illusion heel.
The Fair Lady heel is indica-
tive of the growing popularity of
low heeled shoes instead of dressy
flats. Noting the trend, many shoe
companies that formerly special-
ized in fiats now offer low heeled
shoes.,
Throughout the country, the ill-
usion heel is more popular than
the stilletto, but sales to coeds
show no definite trend.
Something of a novelty, and yet
still pointing toward the "My Fair
Lady" influence, is a shoe with a

vamp extended up the arch of the
foot and lined with a double row
of buttons, reminiscent of the
highbutton, sharply pointed shoes
of Grandmother's day. Grand-
mother's pointed toes were un-
comfortable, but modern shoe
designers have slimmed the toe
to keep the foot happy.
The leather for this spring's
shoes has been treated in a num-
ber of different ways that make
it excitingly different. One of the
most popular finishes is pebbled
leather, a broadtail kid which has
been shrunk to one-third its orig-
inal size. One of the most expen-
sive leathers to process, the result
is a very softly wrinkled leather
which fits the foot snugly.
Corkette, a processed calfskin-
suede, is soft, flexible and seen
generally in warm poppy or beige
tones.
Something new has now been
done to the old favorite ,patent
leather. This spring sees the intro-
duction of pave' patene, a grained
surface leather seen often both in
slender shoes and matching hand-
bags.
Large or small buttons, bows,
buckles, or latticework on the
vamp take on new importance
this season as they emphasize the
slim toe. Even the plain shoes are
given a_ low square cut Italian
vamp to serve the same purpose.

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favorite of the designers is a love-
ly mauve and white polka-dotted
scarf. The same scarf is shown
with the background colors in navy
and lilac.
When something a little more
demure is desired, the fashion
consultants suggest a pretty peter-
pan collar. Made of sheer nylon
lace, thi collar compliments any
sweater or basic dress.
The little girl effect can be cap-
tured with a big red bow at the
neckline of a white blouse. For
those a bit more conservative,
there is a narrow monogrammed
tie coming in all rainbow colors.
To enhance the look of Spring,
designers suggest a brand new
stickpin. Offered in a multiple,

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assortment of colors, these pins
can either, create their own design
or hold the ends of a scarf se-
curely in place.
What could typify Spring more
th~a flowers? This season blos-
soms will be in full fashion. A
bunch of daisies or lilacs, attached
to any collar with a leaf stickpin,
will add a sure breath of the com-
ing season to any outfit.
Belts will be featured this season
in a wide variety of colors and
styles. Contour belts will match
both plain and printed blouses.
To accent a slim waist, stores are
suggesting a wide straw cinch belt
in either red or black.
Practical as well as fashionable
are the new reversible contoured
black patent leather and gray
straw belts.
Handbags are always big news
and this year the trend will shift
to large Straw pouches. One par-

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