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PAGE 8 FEBRUARY 8, 1967
LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS
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BY CHIP TOLBERT
ESQUIRE’S FASHION EDITOR
The Return of the Natives after the Christmas holidays and the
campus comes back to life again. As the new year shifts into high
gear, you’re glad to be back to the familiar faces, back into the
swing of things, back to everything at school except the work. Be
fore you get'snowed under the books, let’s take time put to add a
few credits to your winter wardrobe...
SPRUCE UP your weekend ward
robe with a bold Black Spruce (rich
blues, muted greens and black) sport
jacket and a pair of coordinated
slacks. Another good investment is
a diagonal twill or tweed jacket and
a pair of plaid or patterned slacks.
Wide Tracks go to Town on this
season’s shirts. Blue stripes on a
lime background, brown stripes on
blue help to put a little spring in your winter wardrobe. One shirt
idea that’s starting to snowball is the button down shirt that doesn’t
button. Collar points are slightly longer, the buttons are gone and
the buttondown less button down may be worn with or without a pin.
Spots before your eyes — Don’t run to your doctor just beat a
path downtown and tie on the newest look in neckwear. When it
comes to ties, everything’s coming up polka dots. Choose two color
combinations, big dots or small ones you’re a winner either way.
Go West and follow the trend setting rugged look from campus
to campus all across the country. One of the best items to come out
of the west is the suede waistcoat. The rich suede texture and
ranchers styling make you feel special and coeds get the message.
Also in the conversation piece department are flannel vests in red
or gold and reversible vests—flannel on one side, checked or pat
terned on the other. Any way you look at it vests are a great way of
You’ll get 3 kick out of the new slip on ankle
high boots for casual wear. Boots are enjoying
a healthy popularity as a natural extension of
the Western look. In short: everyone’s wearing
them during the winter months. The footwear
news for sun worshippers is sandals to be worn
with bermudas. To round out the casual wear
picture sport a zipper-front golf style jacket in
an all purpose processed fabric. And when win
ter winds chill the air, color coordinate cardi
gans or sleeveless pullovers with your sports
On the comeback trail and making it big this season is the
double breasted jacket. The “Now” look resembles the uniform of
the 30’s in name only. Thin lapels, narrow overlap and natural
shoulders make the new double breasted blazers a fashion first to
follow. If inter-session will find you headed for warmer climes, the
striped seersucker jacket is just the thing to see you handsomely
thru those tropical evenings. Madras enthusiasts take heart...the
bold guaranteed-to-bleed melange of colors is still very much IN.
The final stop on our jet tour of warm weather wear is the smart,
.silky-looking blazer. Its timeless good looks make it an excellent
addition to your wardrobe.
Next month we’ll be back with a complete run down on spring outer
wear and lightweight top coats. See you then!
Copyright, 1967, Esquire, Inc.
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