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Special Events Clothing Modeled By Kids At Briarwood Mall, August 1977 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Special Events Clothing Modeled By Kids At Briarwood Mall, August 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1977
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FOR SPECIAL EVENTS - Eighth grader Bill Anderson, left, wears a tan cord three-piece vested suit. His sister Beth, a second grader, liked the blue print quilted vest of this dress. The print is repeated on the sleeves of the cream-colored blouse. Tom Prescott, an eighth grader, selected a navy blue three-piece vested polyester suit.

Back-To-School Fashions Modeled By Kids At Briarwood Mall, August 1977 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Back-To-School Fashions Modeled By Kids At Briarwood Mall, August 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1977
Caption
SCHOOL TOGS - Rugged Super Denim pants and a football T-shirt worn by Bill Anderson, left, come in assorted styles and colors. Tom Prescott's Match Factory sweater is 100 per cent wool and washable. It comes in blue, green and brown accented with two stripes of lighter colors of the main body. Beth Anderson's jumper-look dress is 100 per cent double -knit polyester. And just in case you missed those vibrant red and blue stripes in the blouse, they're repeated in the matching socks that come with the dress.

Twins LeAnne & Jeff Chaffin Model Back-To-School Fashion, August 1977 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Twins LeAnne & Jeff Chaffin Model Back-To-School Fashion, August 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1977
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FOR STARTERS - Twins LeAnne and Jeff Chaffin are entering kindergarten this fall. LeAnne wears a Ruth Scharf outfit that includes a square-necked jumper with side opening bib pocket in cotton/polyester pinwale corduroy (red, green, or royal blue) and blue, yellow, red and green print on white blouse with ruffled cuff and neck and red print bow tie. Jeff's outfit by Billy the Kid includes permanent press polyester-cotton slacks in khaki, navy, red and green scotch plaid and khaki shirt with plaid accents across chest, cuffs and under collar.

Paul Chaffin Models Back-To-School Fashion, August 1977 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Paul Chaffin Models Back-To-School Fashion, August 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1977
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PAUL CHAFFIN will roll into third grade this fall in a ribbed French sailor sweater with buttoned shoulder opening and mock turtleneck, available in navy and white or rust and white, machine washable 100 per cent acrylic. His Levi bell bottoms are of shrink control corduroy - 84 per cent cotton fortified with 16 per cent polyester.

Alicia Nielsen & Amy Naylor Model Back-To-School Fashion Outside Briarwood Mall, August 1977 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Alicia Nielsen & Amy Naylor Model Back-To-School Fashion Outside Briarwood Mall, August 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1977
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DRESSED UP - Alicia Nielsen, left, shows a versatile sky-blue jumper with side ties and matching slacks, worn with red turtleneck and red purse with multi-colored embroidery. Her Lawton School classmate Amy Naylor, right, wears a front-zippered denim jumper with red overstitching and matching short-sleeved shirt in multi-colored stripes and carries a denim shoulder bag.

Alicia Nielsen & Amy Naylor Model Back-To-School Fashions At Briarwood Mall, August 1977 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Alicia Nielsen & Amy Naylor Model Back-To-School Fashions At Briarwood Mall, August 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1977
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DRESSED DOWN - Sportier outfits, entirely appropriate for school, include for Alicia a two-piece smock-top and pants in tomato soup red with multi-colored sleeves and bodice trim; for Amy, jeans with rainbow stripe down the leg and embroidered butterfly on left pocket, white cowl-necked pullover, burgundy coat-sweater - the newest version of the layered look for all ages this fall.

Fifth Graders Cathy Taylor & Kimberly Kovac Model Back-To-School Fashions, September 1968 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

Fifth Graders Cathy Taylor & Kimberly Kovac Model Back-To-School Fashions, September 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 8, 1968
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Fashion Power. Many a local mother is using the power of fashion to lure her spirited urchins away from their summer holiday back into the classroom. Appreciating mom's fashion psychology are fifth graders Cathy Taylor (left), the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Taylor of 1416 Kuehnle, and Kimberly Kovac, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kovac of 2794 Colony. Cathy, a student at Abbot School, finds her swingy wool kilt in turquoise, brown and white a perfect match for her short-sleeved turquoise turtleneck. Kim prefers the Victorian look for her classes at St. Thomas School. A frilly ruffled collar and cuffs accent her apple-green cotton dress with white dots.

High Schoolers Michelle Bertoni, Barb Patton, & Kevin Olson Model Back-To-School Fashions, September 1968 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

High Schoolers Michelle Bertoni, Barb Patton, & Kevin Olson Model Back-To-School Fashions, September 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 8, 1968
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Turtleneck Lovers. Local seniors are off to class in a fashion classic - the turtleneck. Michelle Bertoni (left), the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Bertoni of 1315 Newport, teams her dyed-to-match sweater with a sewn-down pleated skirt - they've regained popularity - in shades of brown, gold and yellow. Knee socks complete her school-girl look for classes at St. Thomas High School. A culotte jumper makes clothes sense for a busy gal like Barb Patton, who is vice president of Ann Arbor High's Student Council this year. Tweeds are taking fashion honors this fall, and Barb's choice has flecks of brown, orange, gold and white. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dubois L. Patton of 1621 Peach complements her jumper with a brown turtleneck. A turtleneck and levis combo is Kevin Olson's choice for senior school days at Ann Arbor High. The sweater is in shades of oatmeal and gold; the levis are in a gold plaid. Kevin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlowe L. Olson of 2220 Yorktown.