Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 10, 1959 · Page 22
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 22

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P«— 14—Tmtdty, M«r. 10, 1959 REOLAN05 DAILY FACTS Lots Of Style News Included In Men's Spring '59 Wearables It's the little touches that distinguish a new season, and the men's sportswear field has a goodly share or new and newsworthy touches for spring. NEW. . . shirts knit to look like .sweaters'. In both pullover and cardigan styles, these shirts are styled exactly like a sweater, with longer, looser lines. Bulky textured orlon or nylon knit vie in popularity with the familiar cotton knit. NEW. . . The bright look of iridescent cotton and nylon in solids, stripes and patterns. Even the most conservative will admire these fabrics in slacks, jackets, shorts and shirts. NEW. . . the classic blazer jacket with the added touch of a monogram on the pocket, which may be either initials or a professional insignia. It's easier for the gals too, as at first glance they can tell exact­ ly who is what! NEW. . . prints in sport car motifs. The sports car craze has really arrived now! Driver or spectator, can now outfit themselves in shirts, slacks, walking shorts or beach-wear spoiling an all-over sports car print i n bright colors. NEW. . . the return of all while for both active and spectator sportswear! This' is primarily due to the appearance of new libers and weaves that en be put through an automatic wash-dry cycle and come out looking as though they'd just emerged from under a hot iron. NEW. . . one piece cotton shirts, skillfully cut and patterned t o create the illusion of a cardigan over a shirt. Shorter than the regular sport shirt, they feature a solid color, edged or banded Spring Warms Up To New Ideas Before spring gets established many a fun day will be marked by chill reminders of winter. For such days a light-weight windbreaker or outer-jacket is just the thing to loss over a sports shirt. Again wash-wear is the word in the newer ones. Speaking of jackets, with the classic tropical dark-blue blazer, the well-dressed man will either wear a tissue-weight white wool flannel, or a medium gray tropical worsted. Cirey. as a neutral color, will go with practically every jacket, although the clever dresser will choose his slacks in a shade to pick-up the important color in the jacket. like a cardigan, with a while inset that mimics a shirt front. t ' GRAYS Let the trumpets sound, and color connoisseurs take heart - gray has a new, out-of-the-ordinary grandeur! As we show it in Eagle's meticulously hand-tailored suits. Grandiose Gray is your smartest wardrobe refresher. See it in soft-lustred •tripes, self-checks and grained weaves.., and be convinced I Eagle's Wonted Stu'f* $65.00 to $89.50 Others from $30 .00 to 9110 00 3 We Give S&H Green Stamps It mu 308 Orange St., Redlands Open Fri. 'HI 9 P. M. MIDrWEIGHT, TOP-RATE—Certain to attract practical, fashion-conscious men this Spring is the new mid- weight suit currently making its first appearance on the American scene, according to the American Institute of Men's and Boys' Wear. The model shown here is cut in a traditional natural shoulder model in a hopsack weave. LET'S FACE FACTS—Men look their executive hesl in fine tropical worsteds thai stand up when temperatures soar. The dashing pure wool "Wiggle-weave" shown here is in the popular "American Ambassador" silhouette.

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