Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 11, 1966 · Page 13
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 13

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Tucson QMizt n Worn an's Vi FRIDAY, MARCH M, 1966 PAGE 13 Lilly Dache's Version of the Aussie Done in coral bali straw with matching grosgrain emphasis, new importance. The spring silhouette chinstrap and bow, this gay roller gives eyes new needs a wide brim to complete the total look. The 'Aussie' Look By BETTY MILBURN Citizen Woman's Editor Fashion's darling, the dashing hat, has a hundred names this season. Most often, it's called the Aussie, as designers delve Down Under for inspiration. But this same swashbuckling brimmed hat is also known as the gaucho, the prairie roller, the camp hat and the huntress. By any name, it is the "in" look for Spring '66. How long since you've bought a new hat? Why not treat yourself at least to a try-on session soon. The new hats, almost always slanted in some way to emphasize the eyes, are practically guaranteed to make you look prettier. With shorter skirt, flaring hemline, the long wrapped throat and more in-shaping at the waist, emphasis returns to the total silhouette. This year, the decoratively covered head enhances the whole you. Victor rf Shiny straw and shiny patent marry in this wide-|| brimmed version of the Aussie from Sally Victor's ;··£ Boutique collection. f j Another Dache This one is called the huntress, a burnt orange straw seductively draped with tiger-printed chiffon. By Adolf o One of the smaller versions of the Aussie is of navy and white dotted cotton, with paisley calico band. By Emme Jaunty and eye-enhancing, this copper colored balibuntl straw has just the right slant on the '66 Spring season. Kiss-me-Kate fashions bv r\ /\ r-- GREENAWAY Perfect ,' for Easter * TINKiRBELL SHOP PETER PAN PLAZA 3061 N. Campbell Ave. 327-1071 FABULOUS, FRIVOLOUS FEMALES that's The Girls in the TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN 610 South Country Club Rd. Phone 793-0401 zr Between Bdw'y 22nd St. IMPORTED LINEN--the inspired fabric that endures year after year after year. A. Shapely Shift . . . proud, uncluttered, making it a show-off for the beauty-of-fabric. Shell Pink or Yellow with its own Orion* sweater trimmed to match. Sizes 10-18 and 12'/2-22l/ 2 . 16.95 B. Linen Sheath, a dress to live with, happily ever after . . . tucked and trimmed with a bounty of crocheted braid. Easy, step-in with long back zipper. Beige or Pink, sizes 10-18. 10.95 JfrMany other styles with and without matching sweaters. Take it Easy, Juniors! New Easy-care Fashions 812.98 816.98 Live the carefree life -- when you wear one of these flattering, easy-to-care-for A-line dresses. Left, 100% rayon dress, aqua, pink or gold, 7-15. $12.98 Right, 93% rayon, 7% silk dress, pink, green or black, 7-15, trimmed with white Come in, pick yours out today! Use a Swiher charge, e-x-t-e-n-d-e-d budget account or easy layaway with a small deposit. PARK AND SHOP ... WE VALIDATE. SHOP swrrzER's, 45 E. PENNINGTON ST.. EVERY MON., THURS., FRI. NIGHT TIL 9 P.M. . . .takes the plunge and shapes up your season of fun in the with a beguiling one-piece tomboy swim suit; from our new ''Swim 'n Sun" lection. Exclusively ours in Tucson. M fork Ave. at 2nd SI. or El Con Ctnftr

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