Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 134
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 134

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 30, 1972
Page 134
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y^^Si^raM: This perky style for juniors in embroidered red cotton is a perfect match for solid navy miniskirt. Both by Butternut; each piece priced at $15. e ? S The man-tailored look: white bodyshirt meets black tie and gray and white suit, lane Robin bodysuit $10, junior House vest $14; pants 524. The Bwlysiihs Are Tops by Virginia Pope PARADE'S FASHION EDITOR T -^·- he bodysuit--in a wide variety of styles--is this fall's lithe look. The old leotard has come a long way. It appears in a rainbow of colors, a myriad of patterns, and a smashing array of necklines: plunging square or Vee, turtle neck, cowl, sport collar, and ruffle. Fashionably, the bodysuit is now (he blouse substitute for almost any outfit. And practically speaking, the new bodysuits have snap closings and can be pulled easily over the head. Matching or complementing tights are very much a part of the bodysuit lean look. Slacks, skirts, short or long, complete the ensemble. Let your imagination go. But one warning: While one needn't have a perfect dancer's shape to enjoy updated leotard chic, women with midriff bulge should select this clinging tell-all style with care. CREDITS: PHOTOGRAPHED BY RAY SOLOWINSKI S^° URTESV A ' S KCK - "URUNCTON PANTYHOSE. COSTUME (EWEIRY BY ROBERT ORIGINALS. LINGER HAT. 17

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