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t o a s t e d m u f - : - o M o n k , twice cauli- h o l e wheat t h a t Is ·-" if UH- m a n o f e a griest mem- t h u s mak- » r t m a l l per- few grains water. a d d salt. stlr- tnmutes. and s in A d d n u t s s cream. M i x n t i l f i r m . for are In t h o u t stir. f i r s t l f of Gloria Swanson Sketches The Best Dressed Man And \\lio should sketch him if not Gloria? For she is married to M. le Marquis de la Falaise la Coudraye, and noblemen have the reputation of showing good taste in the selection ol their clothes. This Marquis, as you can see by all the Sunday Supplements, is impeccable, impeccable, not conspicuous, and of such a build I would t h i n k his tailor's life would be a simple matter. Nor is he dressed particularly in the Continental Continental manner, but as many American men of discernment and more or less leisure. As for Gloria--personally she is as attractive as you have seen and heard, w i t h a frank smile and perfect teeth, and a small t i l t to her nose. She is l e t t i n g her brown h a i r prow and twists it into a chignon at the back of her neck. Her career has been unique, but even apart f r o m the screen, she is a s p i r i t e d and i n t e l l i gent gent woman with d e r i n i t e ideas on all sorts of subjects. She manages a considerable considerable establishment atop the Park Chambers and still has t i m e to be a devoted mother. It is likely that so animated a person person gathered her own ideas on men's apparel, and these opinions which follow follow are not altogether reflections of the Marquis. "In the f i r s t place," Gloria says, "1 ilnn't like fashions for men that are tricky or extreme. A smart suit simply means a suit t h a t will look well today and tomorrow too. There should be nothing so obvious about the cut or m a t e r i a l that next season it w i l l be out of the picture. "Naturally women's f a s h i o n s change and she who would be smart must change with t h e m , but man is denied the latitude given woman--he may never be extreme. This year the Kood tailors are c u t t i n g - lapels slightly slightly wider. The well dressed man will order an increase in the width of lapels, but he must not spread from shoulder to shoulder. It would seem only an exaggeration of fashion this year, but it might be an absurdity absurdity next. "I like both double- and blngle- breasted coats. They depend on the physique of the man. Only one who slender and fairly tall can wear a U.uble-breasted cut. This year the ^mart men I k n o w are wearing two-button type of single breast instead of the three, and they who three leave the top button unfastened with the c a r e f u l l y careless ; ie Knglishman. "All men should wear suspenders, except, obviously for sports, I detest trousers that bag from the waist belts that peep from under the The only way to be certain of correct hang of the trousers is to suspenders. I think that one or judiciously placed pleats at the waistline are a help, too, although pleat business can be awfully overdone! overdone! Those pleats are not for adornment. They are meant to make tiousers hang straight and full the man stands up, and to prevent Box Heel and Square Toe Shoes At Brights A step in spring fasb-ion is the newness of these smart styles. Pastel paichments black patents and gray kid are favored. Some of the trimmings trimmings show gingham ideas In striking striking colors and others the very and attractive cubist calf t r i m while m_any smart models are p l Bright Brothers shoes are priced 56 00 to $10.00.--Bright Brothers -Adv. -Adv. for Spring, the are H.S.GEBHARTO. GRCATCB PCCATUR'S ORCATC3T Here It Goes! I Starting Wednesday

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  1. The Decatur Daily Review,
  2. 12 Apr 1927, Tue,
  3. Page 37

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