The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on May 10, 1964 · Page 65
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The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah · Page 65

Salt Lake City, Utah
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Sunday, May 10, 1964
Page 65
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The Baft Lake Tribune, Sunday, May 10, 1964 Touching Home Is Fashion reviving those Mae West curves? Tribune fashion photos by Bom Weber Blade chiffon takes "the plunge" in rammer cocktail dress modeled by Nancy Staard . .. The Low Down By Grace Grether Tribune Fashion Editor The low down is ... Fashions haven't been so sexy since fig leaves! Maybe it was Cleopatra . . . maybe it was Dior . . . It could have been Carole Lombard or Jean Harlow ... or Marlene Dietrich . . . They were some of the Hollywood "greats" that Dame Fashion, '64, copied from the '30s ... and went a tot better. Camellias . . . and white satin and fox fur ... all add up to summer's Gentle Woman Look—but where do the necklines fit in? Did someone say Mae West? There just might be a smile on the lady's face as she sees the way the fashion pendulum is pointing — not just "the plunge," but all the way to WOMAN. In a recent interview re fashion, Mae is quoted as saying, "I don't like fashions that are mostly straight lines. A straight line may be the shortest distance between two points, but I got there quicker with curves...." It really all started last fan ... the Great Plunge. Some buyers hi our town said, "No, we didn't order any extreme 'lows' . . . Salt Lake women won't wear them." That was last fall. It's still 90 per cent modest, but the low down is... for summer . . . Salt Lake women are wearing them. The very, very square . . . the very U. . . . or very V ... but never, never-ever, the old "scooped-outs" with sleeves. One buyer added, "You see, the ladies do, too, want them . . . the men love them . . . and the designers are working like crazy to turn them out." Youthful and soft for summer dress worn by Lynn Fisher . . . red and white polk* triple raffled neckline. May it cool ... in flowered chiffon and ban arms. Cummerbund points up fitted wafotHae. JOIN THE YOUNG PEOPIE'S TOUR TO THE WORLD'S FAIR UOVM JuiM 15 for two W • niftit* in Ntw Y*rk. A wondir- M itinerary cheaororwd by Mr. tmt Mn. KM Dvrhom and at * v*ry reaunablo price. Parent* w«t- Pbone or write for complett details V1DA FOX CLAWSON TftAVM. SERVICE 216 S. 1300 Jo« DAS-0303 Bubble Secret NEW YORK (UPI) — To best retain the bubble and sparkle of wedding champagne serve it in deep tulip-shaped glasses. Champagne should not be served icy cold. If it is, the delicate bouquet becomes locked in. preventing a full appreciation of the distinctive taste, reports Mme. Jacques Bellinger, head of a French champagne firm. Pack Comfortable Shoes for Trip to Fair Texture Sets Theme in Fabrics Use By Joanna Burma In cfaooainf fabric*, we usually pay treat attention to color and pattern. A third element, texture, is a much- neglected lac- tor in producing a desired effect A room done in ijamaniffi and silks creates the impression of...,. . ,, r/ v richnesa and •[ - , ~V^ ! ~leisure. Con- "*' -*'"&' ^ trastingly, a *"•* Banes room with mibby tweed* appears down-to-earth. c.]njft] Mifafrof tre excellent for a little girl's room, bat the masculine effect of sturdy homespun or coarse linen is more appealing for boys. Effect ol Texture One home we saw provides two excellent examples of the effect of texture in producing a mood. The living room has ivory walls of a shantung-like paper. Carpeting is smooth, untextured broadloom of pale cocoa and ivory cotton brocade is used for draperies and the large sofa. Two occasional chairs are upholstered in cocoa silk chan- tung with ivory welting. Other furniture and accessories are ivory and gold. Here luxurious textures proclaim the formality of this lovely room. Faceted to Wood In the den, the walls are paneled in wood. Carpeting is a shade darker than the wood, loose-looped, shaggy and nutmeg brown. 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Therefore shops are busily stocking their shelves with, flattery jet feathers, lacy meringue collars and hats made of everything, but either black, or white. • • • You can expect your necklaces to be oscillating like pendulums on grandfather clocks, for pendants of an off-beat nature are the comers in costume jewelry. The plunging neckline trend has brought about some forerunners . . . i e. f phis stuck way down there at the end of a V for the sake of a little more modesty. Today's versions on heavy chains are klunky and primitive, some with Indian coloring. Pendant watches have been a rage for some time now. new hand cream fades age spots* TERICA If there's a World's Fair in your future, the forecast should read: Fair Leather ahead. In soft, supple leather, your shoes will look breezy and your feet will walk easy through exciting days and nights of Fair-trotting out at Flushing Meadows. The New York World's Fair is truly a walking fair, and your shoes will bo the most important thing you can take with you. As a guide to appropriate Fair footwear, Shoe Fashion Service of Leather Industries of America offers the following suggestions: It's been estimated that, on a single day at the Fair, a visitor may cover as many as 20 miles. Exhibit-hoppers have found the ideal shoe to be a low or mid-heel leather walker. The style may be spectator, classic pump, tie shoe, sling- back (but not too open), or the newly returned wedge. The lowered heel gives a more comfortable base for prolonged walking, and the fact that it's currently high style is a fashion bonus. And the comfort bonus is the flexible leather sole, which gives cushioned support on any surface—concrete, tile or stone. Out-of-towners should pack at least two or three pairs of walking shoes for their Fair visit, plus a dressy pair. 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