Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 2, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 2, 1952
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mt... New Look .For Spring Shoe Fashions . . ' s e e last , ihoe fj»hioi« this Spring. At right above arc brown and wBt| hyiOB,nni6ahlaSp|;:!/lB'»«"cfiiter Ik showri irre'd calf sandal; · at $*. lef t. it a red; a jt.iltaf-piitnp: with' nylon lace. Made by Trim . . Trw,th»it ihc»» ire f It's a romantic ;and ferhinlnej Spring. Fashions bl«om with 'a definite aura of the ,· turn tf the Century,, much Empire feeling and, over all, the influence' of 'Paris designs. There are to be seen in sleeves puffed exaggerated fullness closely molded, midriffs, elongated . torso lines and novelback interest. There is also an abundance of tiny figure hugging jackets, like the bolero and the spencer, nipped ID waistlines, billowing skirts, made crlip and puffy by pettlcaiits beneath, and excitingly textured fabrics uaed for everything fnjftr coats to acerft. · · ···(·. Sleeves puff out In a multitude of'ways. They are layer upon layer of tiny cape sleeve, they flan out at the elbow, lantern out to the elbow or appear leg of mutton-full at the very top of a long aUftye. ·', Okurt Meevn · · : .j;:^;.- On dresses,, sleeves arf.Vtjoi** worthy, short and full, lofnetuMe layered with self fabrics, at 'other Mm** trimmed with a contrasting print of accordion pleated airy fabric such as organdy. Sleeves on coats may be bracelet or elbow length. But in-all In- atances they are full and deep set with deeper than usual armholes. Suit sleeves look newest In a curved outline crescent shape with graduated fullness outside the elbow. · /* - . . Th* closely molded rffdrlffs, ao typical o; Empire silhouettes, are Midriffs *een eveiyjwhere. They are outlined by^ycry narrow self Belts, decorative contrasting scams, cum- merbuHdii iSr tiny jackets that stop short jUH below, the bust. Placing; emphasis on an elongated torso line/is the middy top look first" Introduced in Paris. It Is most effective when combined with, a full skirt that may be pleated, gathered or simply a whirl all afbund. - feck Belt) ;-'-. / ' Back Interest, also ; a reflection of Parij design, Is generously used tin coate and siiltSi For coats, belts, placed high across the ebouldcrs, hold.bick fullness pertly in check. Oh other coats, fullness falls from a seam designed straight across the shoulder blades. While suits feature skirts that hang straight and slim in front and gathered fully in back. ; : , The-'tlny figure hugging jackets, Uaed to much for emphasis of .newly. molded midriffs, tightly nipped waistlines and full, full skim, can be made of fur, top a sult'or be independent lltt'le toppers, They are designed is straight little cardigan jackets. They appear us rounded boleros, hodlce accenting spencers, shoulder wraps and with loose capcy effects. Nipped In waists, the perfect accompaniment' to billowing skirls, appear on suits with bodice hugging, arch-hipped jackets,' They lend a doll-like quality to crisply fabrlc-ed, full-skirted dresses. And they are featured,' on neWly popular princess line coats, just above a flared skirt. . . ...}. Almost dominating the Spring fashion silhouette are the skirts that bell out on..suits, dresses and ' coats. They offer youthful charm when fluffed out over petticoats.' Mirny are all fluttering pleats.! While newest looking "are the skirts that are definitely narrower and smooth hipped, shaped by cores anil linings to stand away [ from the figure in a well-defined roundness. Perhaps predominant among the , new excitingly textured fabrics,, j such as lightweight poodle cloths, ] 1 tweeds, fleeces and cashmeres, Is; silk. For it con be seen in everything from suits to blouses. It appears In a new weave that looks like d light wool tweed. -It mas-| qucrades as other fabrics, such as! .'Ilk linen, silk poplin, silk tw ! gingham and organdy. Also new and also expected to gain great popularity are linen, pique and denim i'or very'drcssed- tip clothes. Heirloom Air Enchants '52 Bridal Gowns The traditional wedding gown is an accepted lacl, this Spring, for formal and informal brides alike. And its enchanting heirloom possibilities arc enhanced, to the utmost, by lavish Princess and Empire-styling,, the'abundarit use of rich fabrics that are luxuriously accented by a. wide variety of cm- hriilderics und lace trims. Billowy, puffed or goft-crusried sleeves, exaggerated d e c o l l e t e necklines,-, dramatic,, lace-cmpha- slzcd* oversklrts. with graceful, sweeping skirts on floor-length gowns and scalloped hemlines oh bouffant s k i r t e d street-length (towns combine to create an effect of superlative elegance. . The wide use of luxurious fabrics and trims includes such lilt- ins and airy types as nylon tulle combined with nylon ribbon lace embroidery and iridescent-beaded lace with rows of lace ruffles. A street-length gown in this light manner Is of white rc-cmbroldereri lace In a princess style, with gores and a scalloped hemline serving to Accentuate t h e smooth-flowing shoulder-to-hcm lines. Classic satin is nlso prominently featured for this Spring's wedding gowns. Here, It might appear as a full-trained floor-length princess gown with the gleaming satin combined with a lace long-sleeved bodice that presents an Empire bolero .look. Also'scrvlng to heighten the ro mantle, aspect of this season' bridal gowns are such eye-catch Ing treatments, as, for example, a lace-edged scarf that creates «n apron effect over the bouffan iklrt of · floor-touching N gown ace panels that extend from the hodlce into the train: · tulle great- Ready For The Easter Parade They stride into Spring in'the smartest of style. Joyzelle Scaboch wears a permanently pleated chartreuse skirt and short jacket fash- »y*,[, (t 1,1:1 main-Mil,/ piudieu tiiai iicuhe siuri ana snort jacKCt lusn- loned by Joan Miller. The jacket features double Peter Pan collars. Doris, created her white straw hat with navy trim and veil. Her blue arid white nylon mesh shoes are by Naturalizer. She carries an umbrella inspired by Paris fashion'experts. Her escort, Sam Gray, wears an Elkins Park navy blue sheen gabardine suit of Spring weight. Mallory made his .light grey felt hat; the white dress shirt is by Manhattan; Ihc tie by Wembley. He wears Jarmiin's nylon mesh loafers in H i t l i t . wj. II K l l l l / l t : / ! Jlc w c a i o ildl H u t u ?, I 1 J J U 1 I i brown and .white combination. "Hunt's has them all. Three famous fashion editors help you select your new footwear for Spring , Ruin Drak£ Gwen Randolph Allison Shirley Petigrue . fMhion editor Aedbook fashion editor Today's Women fashion editor Photoplay See Their Selections In Our Windows Now! Similar to niuitmtlon Asked these three fomous style authorities to help you make your new spring wardrobe a suc- cess'by selecting their favorites from our spring lih«, See them on display in our window today. See the new treatments at the heels and t o e s . . . the new gay spring colors and combinations. You'll love tvery one of these shoes... and you'll love the prices because they will fit your budget. AND while you are shoe shopping for yourself don't forget the kiddies in your family. Our new styles for children will delight any little boy and girl. Liner Bros. Shoe South Sid* Square Blouses New With Dressy Costume Air Blouses, designed for Spring, come ready to dress up a-suit and provide a complete costume look syen when "the jacket is removed. They, are also meant to be easily adaptable to combination with skirts for gala occasion wear. Luxurious fabrics, like silky aroadcloths, lustrous crepes, crisp tie silks and shimmering shantung taffetas, made with such glamorous style details as wide V-cut back necklines, off-shoulder effects, giant, puff sleeves, bows and gilets,' provide this over-all costume look... Newest of the suit blouses might -be- fashioned of silk surah vith a deep-V'shawl collar nerk- ine accented with a bow, and hree-quarter full cut sleeves. Or t might have a button-on ascot scarf and- push-up three-quarter leeves. ' , Typical of the blouses for gala occasion wear is one of hand- ierchief linen with a front 'panel ·entered with tiny : buttons and an off-shoulder cuff of embroidered . organdy. Another blouse of this type, is fashioned'with a scoop neckline 'and self yoke of silk taffeta in a Roman key pattern. ' · Even classic skirts and- basic style blouses have been designed with newly exciting.' details. Shirts come with tiny tucks, fabric ' covered novelty trims like pennies, gay multi-color stripes and embroidery touches in confetti hues. While basic' style blouses come with tucked surplice bodices lopped by diminutive collars, tucked bib fronts emblazoned Spring Fashion Ensemble Rotnmoor made the Spring'suit and coat worn here by Mrs. Bob Stout. The suit is brown miron worsted, 100 per cent virgin wool. The coat in now Pebble Twist neutral features big turn-back cuffs. The gloves are of Dawnelle's new wheat colored, cotton interlock coat,, that sweeps mo a train, de- I swag drapes at Doth the shouUer signed over a strapless gown; and | and hemline tons and little high placed sham knit. Edette made the hat of coffee milan.with velvet trim. The en- pockets in all-over stitch designs. ailable at the Boston'Store. - - YOU'LL BE THE PRETTIEST LADY IN THE EASTER PARADE . . . the hat with a promise of making your dreams of the Easter Parade come ^r true. Come choose it, today! Rilsed. b r a i d - b o u n d bonnet Fine straw with self bow trim. Tins- brim with jujt-like-re«I flowers. Imported itriw. Crisp mesh face veil. ·umper brim cloie fittlnj helmet with pretly floral ear-lapi. Velvet ribboni. Biii(IehflCK htt dfeued-up with rlhhon.i and floweri, Doublt brim. Straw

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