8C Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 WOMEN ALONE VIC/N A\I_WI>I_ . ... I I •! A A Sound Advice: Dress for Sorf of Man You d Like to Marry By ISABELLA TAVES Mrs. L. WRITES, "It been a year since my husband women have no has ture of themselves work inter- died. 'I've adjusted—my as a speech therapist is jesting and I have two teen- 3g ers _ but I enjoy the married state and I'd like to find a husfa.and. "Although I'm not so old — a 'young forty', my friends say, 1 haven't had -a real date. A friend has advised me to buy a new wardrobe and go on a trip. But I'm'confused about what to select. I've always dressed for one man, my husband. How can I dress to please more than one?" It's an interesting question, isn't it? I remember a long time ago, when my new husband persuaded me to cut my hair short (I discovered after- clear. pic as individuals." So they dress to 'please their husbands, and it isn't a bad idea, because husbands want their wives to look attractive However, what does a woman do when she doesn't nave a husband? "I would suggest — • imagine the kind of man you would like to marry and dress for him. This is an intriguing.concept. If for example, you want to attract a swinger, a jet-set type, you won't do it in conservative, drab dresses or old turtle neck sweaters and loose-fitting pants. These clothes are comfortable and undemanding which is why many tired divorcees- and depressed widows adopt them. But — . " here her elf-like face breaks into a small smile — " you must be aware that the exciting clothes won't necessarily find 'you a husband. Admirers, yes, lovers, but not always the marrying kind." On the other hand, no man wants to marry .a dull mouse. Exaggerated clothes may re- pell him and he may be put off by the woman who dresses da-. . „ ringly. However, this is not to | getting better this_autumn, say that he won't admire good — -- ~_ lines and elegance. of all, she feels pants are a trap because they are something to slip into when you are tired and depressed. This fall she feels all women — and particularly women alone — will need the kind of clothes which make them feel self-contained and 'sure of themselves, able to rise to any occasion and blossom as an individual. says, "and I ' think clothes old-fashioned appeal of always Of** *») w— — -- -should express this feeling. A's for. the woman who wrote the letter to me, Gloria Sachs has a few other comments, succinct and to the point. 1( Don't worry about hemlines. Choose the length which is best for you and for the dress or coat.. I personally have only one objection to very short being fresh and immaculate^ .i( Remember that ; chann may be old-fashioned, too, ;tmt it is never obsolete. Long hair, ; cameos, long dresses all' have" nostalgic appeal to men. ;• ;'• 4( Don't be discouraged if-nothing happens right away. ;Just"..; the very act of keeping an ima—.. ginary man in mind means ;.yeu;r .. j _:_ _. ~AUI A tU!*ir* ;^ >*ft1^tirtn •* •j UltllVJXlUcll* UIJ'C uujt.VLj.vn k-" * *-*• j w--—- - tumijr *****" »" .,*...,-T am optimistic about things skirts - the knee is ugly. jare doing, something in _ - P - S h e | 2( Don't overlook die •simplejto yourself, building your ego. ^ But if you want to make nair snort \L ui&uuveicu an.ti-.uui, ^ j.u« -wards he always asked his girls swinging man aware of you .... ,*.\ _. ..«-.__ _ AJ ..... n t Vinm'm nPiTlw to cut their hair), an unmarried friend said, "That's all right for you. But when you want to please more than • one man, you can't be extreme." WENT TO EXPERT Because I had no clue to the answer, I took the problem to an expert, Gloria Sachs, a sculptor and dress-designer whose Isan, subtly constructed clothes are being much talked L. MUSHRUSH Ogden Miss, Roy Man Repeaf Solemn Pledges a sexual human being, you must .select exciting, demanding clothes. Even more important, you must, be able to wear them. "Lose a few pounds," says who of- designs, rested reed-slim Mrs. Sachs, ten models her own "get a good sun-tan, be so you feel at your peak tality. Then you can carry off these fashions. And the kind of fashion circles these man" who likes exciting women will notice you. mar- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Nicho.lls of 1348 7th, announce the marriage of their daughter fitted cuffs. Attending the bride were Mrs. Doug Shaw as matron of honor, Smith, attending Lee I Mrs. Dave i matron, and the Misses Laura Sandra Jean to Terry Mushrush. The bridegroom is a son of . f^OO^C V>C". VI J "•"• •*• W\A\Al "» »w*w»-«.« 1 Mrs. Mark Mushrush of a336 o-j janis Wilson, junior bridesmaid. 2425 W.. Roy, and the late Mr.j CH1FFON DRESSES M Nupffi'vows were exchanged! They wore red chiffon ,.,«„„-, -.._ Swenson, Shauna Hancey and Carolyn Todd, bridesmaids, and about in days. Mrs. Sachs is happily ried and the mother of two chil dren. Whsn I presented her with the problem of a woman alone who want's to change her status, she flinched a little. This is a common reaction from wives who don't like to put themselves in our shoes. But, being a professional who is mons involved in giving women what they want than in sitting in an ivory tower making sketches, Mrs. Sachs put her inventive mind to my question. The answer she came up with is interesting. "Ideally," she told me, floor woman should uss clothes protect the image she has Christian Church Groups Schedule Events for Week The Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church will meet as follows: The Rosalind Group will meet Very young girls can carry off blazers and tight pants and i brief skirts beautifully. For the not-so-young, Mrs. Sachs believes the comfort and elegance of the dress-cum-jacket is more suitable. THEY WORK "Most divorcees . and widows 1 1' know work," she says, "whether they have to or -not. So they get dressed at 7:30 in the morning and have to wear the same dress all day, into cocktails and dinner sometimes." "This is the kind of outfit I am doing more and more for fall, a dress which can stand alone or be worn under a jacket i or a fur coat, simple enough to I be appropriate in an office sub- 1 tie enough to compete with cocktail fashions on other women." She has no pants or pants suit in her new collection. First Full Figure Smoother!^ sizes 28 to 50- $> randne Light as a feather control for the full figure. Hip slimming panels and sheer web of Lycra Spandsx for the trimmest look ever! Here's a panty girdle perfect for full figures and half size problems. W e have your size: 28 to 50 QQ Salt Lake Ogden • * 35 E. Broadway 2317 Washington. at. the home Rowel 520 E. of Mrs. 3050 N., Richard on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. Babysitting will 'be available. Esther Group will hold a cof- -ifee hour at the home of Mrs. to i Hazel Seeley, 2237 W. 5300 S. in * obert B Maw performed Tnc Di*ict'3 *» cto nw «"'••»* *•>- —! - -- flror leneth sown of ChantillvIT h o m ps o n . _..... ., ace over sftin. with chapel Thomas Nicholls and Douglas lonart, t _ajn Kicholls ushering. "rwas accented by an empire . .Following a wedding trip to waistline, mandarin collar and| Jackson. Wyo.. the couple will long lace sleeves with wide reside in Granger. herself. A dress, a coat, a costume should do something for a woman, not scream out. 'Look at what I'm wearing.' That is Qf . why the kookie clothes of the past year, the gypsy fashions | and the trying hot pants, Roy on Thursday at 10 a.m. Martha Group will meet at the home of Mrs. Dwight Foster, 83 Clearfield Villa. Clearfield, on Thursday at 1 p.m. so bad. Unfortunately Priscilla Group will meet at we're 'the home of Mrs. W. F. Earl, Novice or pro. In a Penny ski they can't tell |430 W. Highland Drive on Thurs- most day at 7:30 p.m. _ __ MRS. DAVID W. LOVELL RfVercfafe Miss Trades Vows With Clinton Man KTVERDALE-The Salt Lake j the front of the skirt. Matching LDS Temple was the scene lace bordered the chapel length Thursday for marriage ceremo-jtrain. nies uniting the former Brenda A sister of the bnde. Mrs. iliC.O WA** «-**-o Ann Gore Williamson and David William Lovell. Philip E. Wright attended as matron of honor with Mrs. A. „„ . Kent Smith, Mrs. John F. Swal- ( The bride of 4317 S. 700 W. iS| low _ Mrs. Jewell H. Hefner, | a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs . Robert A. Lovell and Mrs. | John L" Gore of Columbus. Ga.j Kenneth L. Lovell as attending j Parents of the bridegroom are matrons. | Mr and Mrs Allen Lovell of: They wore matching yellow 2417 W 1800 N. in Clinton. j floor length models with empire The ceremony performed by: wa i s ts flocked with white President D. Crawford Houston daisies w ith white daisy lace was followed by a reception that accen ting the n e c k 11 n e and . i f i . /ii:«4/\n T TiQ vn'i _:_*. , r aS 1V11U«CVU vj « -~ S-YM7 0~J c vening at the Clinton LDS 2nd Ward Cultural Hall. The bride's floor length gown of delustered satin with princess styled bodice featured an .. ,.„.. seed pearls trimmed the neck- empire waistline Daisy lace with and 3I1Q SGtllLU 1 * .LilllliAi**** ..-^ 1CU.4U4J V"S* line, sleeves, cuffs and_down i Riverdale. Kenneth L. Lovell, the bridegroom's brother, was best man with Robert A. 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