The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 17, 1968 · Page 173
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November 17, 1968

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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 173

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. "7f ITIi T T r 1 f 1 i I ! . . . :.'''"V 1 1?, ' IS v.-, f X , ; Is - K I I hvi -r. ' mm 1 1 --ViX , 'K, ill v I ' 7 W "V . TTtflrfh Marilyn Evins has what it takes to make the best-dressed list a warerobe full of beautiful clothes. Here she wears an $800 lames Calanos original. .oios & fiy are B OllOfl Thats why Doctors recommend: I Rest in bed. 2. Drink plenty of fluids. o.Take aspirin to i r year, he doesn't complain because, Mrs. Evins says, "I'm one of the few women who dresses for her husband." Just in case you'd like to know what $20,000 buys when you're getting the best, here's the list: six suits, four long dresses, six basic wools, a few jersey dresses, six short evening frocks, a sprinkling of designer cottons, an alligator purse or two, a wool winter coat, a spring wrap and accessories. Mrs. Evins doesn't go in for fur coals except for evening wear. The 50 pairs of new shoes Mrs. Evins gets each year are a fringe benefit her husband is shoe designer David Evins. Moving down the economic scale to less lofty spending, Mrs. Gardner Ack-ley, wife of the U.S. Ambassador to Rome, makes do and fashionably on $2000 a year. Not that the Ambassador continued g- ... " of chic women who readily revealed their techniques for achieving a fashionable look on varied budgets. One thing most well-dressed women have in common they plan their wardrobes like a military campaign, no matter what their income they use strategy. Take Mrs. Marilyn Evins, for instance, one of New York's smartest. Mrs. Evins buys clothes that project a down-to-earth, natural and uncontrived image. Her shoes never match her purses that's too studied; she wears sweaters and skirts because they are comfortable, but her real claim to fashion fame is her beautiful understated wardrobe. And that costs! Her dresses, designed by James Calanos, start at $500. Painstaking selection has its rewards. Mrs. Evins has made the best-dressed list for five years running Number 1 for 17. While this little honor costs her wealthy husband more than $20,000 a reduce rever and relieve pain. Fast Pain Reuef ly.-$sw() Pi iro rKnirin not just part aspirin. Bayer works wonders.

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