Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
;J4 THE lETHBRIOGE HERALD Tliunclny, Dccrmlxr !6, MARiBNE MATKIN likes the mini, nnd the mini likes Marlene. She chose her new winter coat in the softest mauve suede. Fashion highlights arc the graceful flair cut of the skirt, the deep patch pockets and the shaggy, shaggy fur trim. Juliet cap and super-long scarf are go-togetl-.er knits that help make this one of the prettiest winter outfits on the tethbridge fashion scene. inter Oh baby it's cold outside! But you can beat the chilliest of blasts sent clown by Old Man Winter with smart and sassy fur fash- ions. Winter coats have seen the days of the plain-jane cover-ups out in style. The fashion thing is furry, with lots of the fuzzy or just a conservative little. The smart and style conscious lass can have her pick of lengths, from the flashy and teasing mini to a warm, and leg concealing midi or maxi. Her coalish styles can vary from the tailored look of sophistication, to the simply straight look of the free and easy And the designers haven't forgotten to include a line-up of beautiful fabrics. High on the popularity lists are the plush pile coats, trimmed with curly lamb. Leather and suede have made it big, topped with luxurious fox. The casual look, just right for school or a quick shopping trip, is livened up with soft synthetics. Add to the complete look with pretty boot toppers, and you're ready to go. Whether you choose them laced, tied or buckled, the high leggy look will complement that special coat. Set off with a crowning touch of crochet- ed cap and snuggly scarf, you've got the makings of a very warm and extra attractive snow season. Join the a fur. Photos by EH Finloy Story by Jude Turic MORE ABOUT LORI The more the merrier when it comes to wet look, soys Lori. She carries the idea right through to her accessories, accentuating her favorite coat with shiny black wet look gloves. The ensemble is lopped off with a cunningly crocheted Juliet cap. MARJORIE LANE keeps winter at boy with a cheerful checkered coat in the latest over-the-knee length. The dscp fox cellar adds a touch of luxury, and the big silver belt buckle and flopped side pockets make fashion news. Side-laced black leather boots, cut high, add the finishing touch. IORI ULtY olso favors tho mini, plus an added dosh of micro. She likes Ihe wet look for winter, particularly in glooming, block. Who in tho ways of fashion, she teams it with lots and lots of fun-fur trim. Boots are a dash- ing highcut military dosign with cropo soles, ond higher- than-usual henli. LINDA SMITH likes to do things in a big way. She likes the long, long tines of this graceful brown tweed midi wilh its deep fur collar and cuffs and brilliant silver buttons. She carries Ihe silver button motif right through to her red knit mini, and dioosei high brown leather lace-ups to keep her feet and elegant.