Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 09, 1945, Section 1, Page 12, Image 12

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*7kti Sp/Uruf
Fashions for 1945 are practical
and feminine. There are many at
tractive coat styles the newest be
ing the shortie, introduced last
spring but in for good this season.
There are many variations in the
shortie styles. Some are boxed with
belts across the back, others are'
collarless with one button. Per
haps you would rather have a car
digan type with a jaunty belt and
flap pockets. Those of you inspired
by the friendly relations with
China, would prefer the Oriental
models, designed after mandarin
coats worn in the east.
There are really a number of ma
terials to choose from, including
the new soft camel s hair so popu
lar in the off white and beige
shades. There are other soft all
wool toppers in pale pastel greens, |
bines, pinks, and yellows.
For the suit lover (what coed
isn’t one) there are impeccable
tailored garments sparkling with
style. Look for unquestionable suit
appeal in the uncluttered lines of
the ever-lovable cardigan models
so popular in gabardines and light
weight woolens.
Blouses this spring are versatile.
They can be worn with suits, wool
skirts, or summer cotton skirts.
They are fluffy, tailored, or glam
orous for evening wear. If you are
a dickie devotee, choose your type
in the ever-increasing number of
styles now available.
Not forgetting the “I couldn’t
go to college without you” favorite,
tiie college girls’ friend . . . yes,
sweaters are indispensible. Choose
your own from the dozens of new
colors. If you are fortunate enough,
you may find a cashmere; if not,
most of the newer sweaters are
soft and wearable and can be found
in cardigans, slipovers, and in long
or short sleeved versions.
The theme for spring is neat
ness, colorfulness, freshness, and
lemi unify. Choose your clothes
-wisely and make them last.
'Why does the Sing Sing foot
ball team want to play Army?”
'They want to prove that the pen
is mightier than the sword.”
Fri., Sat., Sun.
March 23, 24, 25 and
March 30, 31, April 1
June Haver and
Dick Haymes in
"Irish Eyes Are
— and —
"Rookies in Burma"
So many beautiful suits to choose
from, in so many flattering' styles from
tailored classics to delicate dressmaker
styles. Soft-spun weaves in the latest
Easter colors. Jackets fully lined and
skirts neatly tailored with kick-pleats.
JS V*. 4*
SUITS 24 75
Womlcrlul suede - and doe - skin finished wools
handsomely styled — many with the flattering- new
windblown cardigan jackets. 11and-picked stitch
ing, too. \\ ool crepes with self-braid scrolling- to
give a yoke effect. And classic styles with bright
novelty buttons. All jackets beautifully lined!
Sizes 9 to JO.