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Ann Buhr and Suzanne Winkler model evening dresses at the Hutzel Shop fashion show, August 1952

Ann Buhr and Suzanne Winkler model evening dresses at the Hutzel Shop fashion show, August 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 13, 1952
Caption
(ABOVE) Mrs. Joseph Buhr of Statford Dr. wears a spruce green lace cocktail gown, its fragility accented by a spruce velvet sash, bow and streamers. Mrs. James Winkler of N. Ingalls St. is also suitable gowned for a deluxe evening in Dior Red satin, the skirt showing the influence of the lowered waistline.

Chertie Nesbit models an Eisenhower jacket and checked skirt at the Hutzel Shop fashion show, August 1952

Chertie Nesbit models an Eisenhower jacket and checked skirt at the Hutzel Shop fashion show, August 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 13, 1952
Caption
(RIGHT) Chertie Nesbit of Melrose may or may not be showing her political views, but she certainly is well dressed for school or a week night date in this Eisenhower jacket in blending tones to the box pleated tan, brown and black checked skirt. The chennille turtle neck blouse is only one of many style blouses that could be worn to set it off.

Jane S. Warner models a copper coat and matching skirt in front of the Hutzel Shop, August 1952

Jane S. Warner models a copper coat and matching skirt in front of the Hutzel Shop, August 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 13, 1952
Caption
(LOWER LEFT) Mrs. D. T. Warner of Melrose Ave. is becomingly dressed for an afternoon of shopping or a social evening. Her full length copper coat matches her skirt, something new this year, and her hat and gloves illustrate what is becoming a point of fhasion; they are blending shades of tangerine, but not an exact match. The hat is made for the bun or ponty tail, snap fastening underneath.

Mary Lou Hutzel and Ann Buhr model autumn fashions in the Hutzel Shop fashion show, August 1952

Mary Lou Hutzel and Ann Buhr model autumn fashions in the Hutzel Shop fashion show, August 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 13, 1952
Caption
(LOWER RIGHT) Mary Lou Hutzel of Brockman Blvd. is dressed for a football game or just a cool autumn day in this three-quarter reversible tan herringbone coat and matching skirt. Mrs. Buhr, standing, wears a coin dotted dress in oxford gray jersey with middy lines under a permanently pleated mohair fleece coat in the same oxford gray. Her hat is the new floppy brim in a blending tone of gray.

Spring Fashions, March 1969

Spring Fashions, March 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1969
Caption
The fashion look for Spring '69 is a free-wheeling loo of individuality. Ann Arbor style-setters will go everywhere and anywhere in pants, but at all times the pants will be soft and feminine. The Spring scene shows the look of separates -- a put-yourself-together look that stems from the influence of today's young people. For more insight into the spring fashion picture, flip through the following pages.

Spring Fashions, March 1969

Spring Fashions, March 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1969
Caption
The fashion look for Spring '69 is a free-wheeling loo of individuality. Ann Arbor style-setters will go everywhere and anywhere in pants, but at all times the pants will be soft and feminine. The Spring scene shows the look of separates -- a put-yourself-together look that stems from the influence of today's young people. For more insight into the spring fashion picture, flip through the following pages.