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Harriet M. Rose models a cape and jacket in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Harriet M. Rose models a cape and jacket in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
Caption
CAPES AND BRIEF JACKETS REIGN: A full-length cape in a new shade of grey, called French pewter, is modeled by Mrs. Rose. It features rows of decorative buttons and can be worn belted or full. With it she wears a satin-trimmed lemon yellow high straw hat.

Harriet M. Rose models a cotton printed dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Harriet M. Rose models a cotton printed dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
Caption
DRESSED FOR SPRING: Members of the Michigan Dames will model in an annual style show at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Ballroom of the Michigan Union. Here Mrs. Sanford Norian of Northwood Apts. (left) wears an ensemble of beige and cocoa cotton, typical of the easy-to-wear fashions of the season. Mrs. Thomas Rose of Henry St. (center) shows just how dressy cotton can be. Her gown is of beige, black and white cotton printed with large roses. Mrs. Norian is shown again in a navy and chalk striped silk shirtwaist dress with a bloused bodice and slim, but comfortable skirt.