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Scott Vaughn, above models a blue and tan jacket with coordinating pants, shirt and tie. Jilt Rutherford wears a cottonlinen suit
with a matching high collar. Both outfits are from Ivey's. Photographed at Paul Green Theatre. Below wearing pirate pants with a
pin stripe pirate blouse is Bonnie MacManus, left. Terry Johnson models a cotton hobwaic weave sweater over a short sleeve polo
shirt. The pants are pleated with tapered legs. Mary Ellerbee shows off balloon leg pants with zippered bottoms, worn with a tiered
ruffled collar blouse. Clothes are from The Town and Campus. Photographed at University Lake.
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On he cover:
Tracy Mason and Jeff McEIhaney are
ready for a formal evening. Tracy wears
a white dress with a taupe overlay from
Ivey's. Jeff wears a black tuxedo with a
contrasting white shirt, vest, bow tie
and gloves from Sharpe's. Photographed
at the Hotel Europa.
Special thanks to Ivey's, The Town and
Campus, Sharpe's and Hotel Europa.
Photos by Scott Sharpe
By LISBETH LEVIN!
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By LISBETH LEVINE -
The warmer weather on campus will give many people an op
portunity to wear their new spring fashions. For women, the
range of styles this season is infinite.
"The biggest change in the 1982 season is probably the great
diversification of length options in pants and skirts," said Mickie
Holden, vice-president of fashion merchandising for Ivey's
Carolina. "Pants and skirts have been merged so that oftentimes
you don't know if you're looking at pants or a skirt"
Both pants and skirts will be seen in every length this year.
Some of the available options are miniskirts, skorts, walking
shorts, capri pants, knickers, and bloomers.
"Miniskirts will sell this year because both Calvin Klein and
Jordache are making them," said Shelton Henderson, owner of
The Shrunken Head Boutique. "They're a sure seller in basic
Bob Simpson, owner of The Town and Campus, believes that
the skort, a very full culotte that looks like a skirt when worn,
will be more popular than the mini this year. "When women
wear a skort, it looks like they're getting away with a mini, but
the re really wearing bermudas. I think the skort will really go,"
Lisa Nichols of The Towne Shop, recommended purchasing a
pair of walking pants in a basic color like white, black, or a drab
"Most of the things selling this year are very full and baggy
around the hips," said a saleswoman at The Town and Campus.
Nichols agreed and pointed out that the fashion emphasis is on
the waist this season.
. For women who plan, toonly buy one new skirt this spring,
Nichols advised purchasing a prairie skirt. This style of skirt has a
full, flounced bottom and should ideally be worn with a white
ruffled petticoat peeping out from beneaths the hem.
"I would pair a white prairie skirt with a fuscia or turquoise
top, and add different belts," Nichols said. She felt that this
would be one of the most versatile outfits for spring.
The white ruffled blouses that were seen all through the holi
day season will again be popular for spring. Many of them have
shoulder pads and puffy sleeyes. "The overall look is very femi
nine," said a saleswoman at The Town and Campus.
Blouses in general this season are made of linen or cotton,
and are more expensive than those with polyester. "Women
should put their money in fewer, better tops," Nichols said.
"Knits are out this year." ,
The rumors that trj
be substantiated. "W
nautical look," Hold
more popular, becau!
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or puffed sleeves, wq
very nice version of
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for 1982. Nichols fav
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Cotton sweaters vi
mainly handknit, with
fore," Nichols said.
The most popular
that are puffy around
narrow collar or no c
or linen, and in whi
The most com mo
just below the knee
and silk. "Lots of'ori
other main style is
sleeves that can be
shoulder for a more
The bathing suit H
"Bathing suits are m
"One shoulder sty
portant this year," N
of bikinis with high d
well as metallic suit
Shoes are low-he
toes, low heels, and
in accessories. She
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Spotlight March 25, 1982