The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 45
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Clothing Models Put Their Bets on Blazer, Hot Pants and Hot Skirts Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October ,3, 1871 13C ; By GAY PAULEY UPI Women'* Editor NEW YORK (UPI)-Ask the girls who show the clothes wear ' them. . if "' you want an accurate, measurement of fall and -winter fashion trends. The models' consensus; continuation of the individual look, on-into-winter popularity for the hot pants and now hot skirts added in, comfort and not constriction, refreshing revival of such classics as the blazer, final burial for the midi, and no dictates on what makes for chic. "The most important thin for fall goes back to that tire old phrase, Jung,'" said ~ 'do your own Marti Scholl, a MRS. DEE TV MANNING Late September Nuptials Unite Pair in Marriage CLEARFIELD—The H a i n s white satin bow with floor ,?(ncaster, Ohio, native who's been a model in 'New York for some 10 years. Miss School was one of eight models from the 'Mannequin Agency who participated in a style consultant panel mn by a legwear manufacturer. ; PRESSURE GONE the eight agreed: There 'no longer is pressure for a'womau to wear one look. As for the midi, it "bombed" because women -found it aging, confining, and that its timing was poor, manufactures and designers pushing economy was it when depressed the and House in Ogden provided the setting Wednesday for marriage ceremonies uniting the former length streamers. Mrs. Val S. Fisher, matron of ceremonies uniting tne termer honor, wore a blue chiffon gown Miss Donna DiRienzo and Dee over blue taffeta, styled after ii, — i. _C i_U_ i : j _ • j.i_ »i _ i T. Manning. j tnat O f (j, e bride, with eyelet ATTENDING BRIDE >T _ . T1S £ daughter of ij ace trim at the waistline. Mrs. Dennis L. Hagge of 98 S.| 500 E.; and Donald F. DiRienzo Of Centerville, Va. ' Mr. Manning is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Manning of 550 N. 4000 W-. West Point. Following the exchange of Others attending, Miss Linda DiRienzo, maid of honor, Miss Laraine Manning, Miss Pam women just weren't spending as jmuch on clothes. Gloria Kirby, originally from Detroit,, said that as both model and sportswear manufacturer, "I buy lots of clothes. Yet I bought-only two midis, one for day and one for evening." The ' models figured the women who didn't shorten their midis last year would this fall. As for the longer, to the ankles maxicoat the models ..like it. to wear over short skirts or hoi [pants in cold weather. But ii 1 CL-O 'is in trouble,said Renee every three months henceforth. At ths second session, this reporter was invited to sit in and.'question the model-experts also. The other models were Tasha Bauer, originally from Pittsburgh; Jenny Chillcott, from London; Pal Henry, a New Yorker; Claudine Kabeck, from Ghent, Belgium; and Samantha Avadon, from Norfolk, Va. All have had three, five or more years of modelling. • They made these other points in the two-hour discussion: —A woman now can have designer-label clothes for less money than she is used to saying because so many of 'ashions 1 big names are making 'or the lower-priced boutiques. —Women have changed buying habits in the past few, seasons, finding it "more fun to 3uy thrae or four cheaper outfits" than to spend $400 on a dress to wear four or five years.'. ' —The models' m.ost active dislike on the summer scene vere the "gladiator" shoes, v'ith, laces '-criss-crossing the •egs-all the way to the knees. They like .the • revival of the wedgies, if done in a light manner, not bulky and heavy looking. Boots will continue for winter because practical. The they're so high heels Hunter, from Brooklyn, because "the little ladies 'bought it and Holden and Miss Jane . Allen, i they were sweeping up the "" , and Miss Sharon j streets." vows the couple greeted friendsjDiRienzo, junior bridesmaid,! This was the second informal, and relatives at a reception. jwore lace dresses over taffeta, (round table session with models 'The bride was attractively I Michele Hagge was the flower i discussing trends and their (clothes preferences with execu- the Loom slipper |. Gary Manning performed best i tives of Fruit of i man duties, with Dennis | legwear. ' Pat-: The manufacturer tape re!cords .the sessions for play- attired in an original Chantillyj'girl. lace gown over white satin. It featured a scalloped! Montgomery and Craig neckline, cuffs and herriine, and I terson serving as ushers. had camelot sleeves accented! The newlyweds will reside in,'backs later to help its "stylists with tiny pe_arl buttons, and I Fort Hood, Tex., where the; and others develop products in empire waistline accented by a! bridegroom is serving in the]line with general trends. The —-—| Army. 'fjrm plans to hold such "raps" Auxiliary Plans Meef/ng Monday The American Legion Auxil-1 iary, Baker Merrill Unit No. 9, j will hold its monthly meeting' Monday at 8 p.m. in the American Legion Hall. The program will be pre-! seated by the 1970-71 Girls'| State delegates. 1 Mrs. Barbara Swapp. District i No. 2 president, will attend the 1 meeting. j Refreshments will be served. ' coming in got a "no-no." RIGHT ON —They find the "layer" approach to dressing "right with it," providing a lot of variety at budget costs. Start for instance as Renee did with pantyhose in "red onion," a dulled red-purple shade, and add a turtlenecked knit blouse- leotard ending at the crotch to make the basic first layer, all one color. Tie on a shocking pink boucle knit wrap skirt. Or, add to the basic a white wool knit bolero and front-buttcned skirt. Or, get still another outfit by wrapping a hot skirt (same length as the mini) in multicolored pattern over the basic. —The" models nixed nude looks topless on the in general to clothes or beach. Miss Hunter conceded she'd owned some see-through blouses but they had pockets in strategic 3laces. "I know," she laughed, 'that was a cop-out." A SHOE FOR ALL SEASONS All-Season boys and sirls shoes from Child Life fit your . children's needs every day, ' everywhere, and .every -way. j CKifd life SWOCS 2436 Wash. Blvd. THE SEVENTIES WARDROBE ISA MELANGE A New Crop for the new breed of gal who likes the vivid'chic/combina- tion of green and purple! Our cropped, quilted jacket slides over a matching one-piece sleeveless dress, 99.95. : Apparel Salon, Third Floor like the late, late, movie It's been FAPty-nine-years . ,^, of Fashion-Ahead fun .-for A'nE' . ":f: If 1 "FAP''sounds a little ;Jike ;: baby talk, papi^S Henri cooed it to Adrien and Emilie and the/fie* been babying it along, now for fifty-nine.-yea^s?J Fashion At A Price was the mothe'r tongue- when the Mode was the mode^-and it's still trta— talk at'. A'nE today! -.-.- "3sf 11 S ~ ^ Coating you with FAP is.-what it's all about!! We're going to be like, sixty, coming on strong being . FAPty-nine! One year just gets better than the other for Adrien 'n Emilie! And as a great wrap-up for this one, here are all the 'way-ahead A'nE looks in dramatic capes and fun, fun coats at special, special FAPty-ninth year prices! Coating you with glamour is what Fashion At A Price is all about! This sweeping, d'ramaful, long, long cape .in red, navy, purple and gray will FAP its way right out at 36.00 iRIEN'ntMILIE at The Blue Door in Ogden ill JW Wrap-up, for- FAP./.'/: One of ..trie-great A 'n'-.E fa v- ' ' , : .. camel, wine, purple and spice!; Special! ;/'• - '.'• Gendarme short cape ^: Just as dashing as its inspira- ; ; . tion! A superb short cape thafs •. choice coverage! Gray, khaki- . and navy! . You're -right'on-'- , . with-~a-.sherpa!! '• It's fun! 'It's iike furry! It's FAP! We, call it a Tajmahal print with a stark whit, fur like lin- in 9-' 66,00

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