Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 3, 1964 · Page 21
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 21

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 3, 1964
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REDLANDS DAILY FACTS Tuesd»v. March 3, 19M — » C • - ^ SHIFTY MADRAS - The season's big fabric news combines with the important shorty shift style, that self- sashes if you wish, has pushup sleeves and square neck- Sporty Capes Capes cover (he young sportswear scene for spring as a popular sportive carry over from the fall-winter season. They may in fact, prove to be even more popular when temperatures are brisk ratlier than cold as they are just right as a little topper. DESERT STAR* by Tha daring arcs, the almost wind-swept curvature — all calculated to tiring out the natural grandeur of the diamond. You owe it to your$el( to seo h on your handl tflSOatment Ring S325.00 ar .d .i Crcl.l $ 20.00 •r -ij»w.'» i><-3. v -ii j*d o (Sow dvuX 7 NO. Sth REDLANOS .Across from Rcvllands Federal Gals Swipe Men's "Stripes" stripes are "in" for both men and women this season and the stripes for gals are "swipes"' from the nien. What kind of stripes for the ladies? Chalk stripes Pencil stripes Blazer sfripes Abstract stripes Pin stripes Stripes of every kind imaginable! Where will the stripes be seen? In coats for daytime In busy-hour dresses In suits, costumes In sportswear, and even swim suits! Teens Talk Of Low-Down Fashion Trend Teens in the know are talking about the low-down in fashions that are popping up f o r spring. For, the waist has moved low. down to mid-hip in the prettiest, peppiest outfits for the fun-and-sun days ahead. Tlie blouson is biggest, although it's not bunch-y, but rather it's softly gathered at the hips from a fitting shoulder line. The dropped belt is important, too in the shades of the '30s look and the overall look is slim with a hint of shaping. Straight hanging overblouses play starring roles too in the teens' picture of fashions. Many times these have a straiglit sweater feeling, and are often sleeveless to meet the needs of warmer days. The high up waistline (Empire) that was so popular last summer and fall has dropped only slightly in favor as it still offers the almost - no - waistline effect of the low-down silhouette. Following this same influence, the shift remains tops with fashion-minded teens. It has arrived in a host of smart new guises, too. The shirtwaist shift that buttons all the way down the front or at least to far below the waist has also been given big play by designers this season. The jumper - shift, too, adds up to a style that will go to a gal's heart, especially for these days when temperatures vary and the addition or subtraction of an underblouse is so simple. No doubt about it, teens real- Mix-em Up It's fun to be a Mixer, and if you don't agree, you will after you see the big mix that's taken place among many of spring's newest fashions. Remember when it was strictly taboo to mix dots with stripes — or worse yet to mix a flower print with stripes and dots. Well this season it's the way to do things smartly, if you are artistic enough to know when to stop. But for those, who know when to stop, but not how to begin, there are dresses rightly blended with these patterns just waiting for you to add a new headband or scarf that plays up this mi.xed up idea. ly have the low-down on fashions for spring 19G4: • • • yours . and yours alone — Conceived and executed In mafenals from Norris' magic land of spring fabrics fo sew tfiis minute! Kiopman's remarkable Dacron Polyesfers "Whipped Cream" and "Milk attd Honey" coordi­ nated and color matched with beautiful Mohairs and Pastel textured 100% Vir­ gin Worsted Woolens — by Carletex. Yardage and Draperies OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL f ] 10 Orange SK Redlands mm Mi A ^ m

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