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Toes company. A group of girls, all wearing Cherokee shoes, laughs at a mistossed frisbee in the Quad. The rubber soled sandals were practical for both formal and casual wear. Winter warmer. A sheepskin jacket was the perfect garment for a chilly January day. Clint Williams munches on cafeteria food while staying warm in his wool-lined coat. In step. With the winter styles as they were, it wasn ' t difficult to pull together a warm, comfortable outfit that was stylish, too. On a cool winter afternoon in the Quad, Helen Polk, dressed in a wool pleated skirt and tweed blazer, makes the rounds with Bill Bell. Western combo. A lean skirt and boots, topped with a blazer or even a simple sweater, proved to be the cowboy look of the year. Madeline Connor finishes her lunch while carrying on a conversation with a friend. 124 TRENDS
Page 127 text:
Double vision. Ann and I dy I layashi perform a duel in front of the Dance Production class. The twins created an interesting effect as their costumes and styles of dancing produced a mirror image. Styled stance. Leslie McCauley remains in step with the other members of her group. Dancers had to practice for hours to make sure their movements were coordinated. Bon voyage. Shawna Bertolina, Gretchen Klein, and Linda Perry move in perfect form to " Fantastic Voyage. " The name of a dance was essential in creating the mood the performers wished to present. Lone performer. Dana Fillinger dances her solo at a preview at Stanley Junior High School. Since any error a single dancer made on stage was especially obvious, solos had to be well-rehearsed. 123 DANCE
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Fashion conscious. Attired in stylish Mexican pullovers, sweaters, Cherokees and Nike shoes, Carolyn Papini and Elisa Maggidoff discuss their plans for the weekend. During the winter months, students combined sweaters with an assortment of pullovers which provided .varmth and good looks. Sweat it out. With only a few minutes before his 3rd period class begins, Mike Worthington munches on a zombie. Hot food and heavy clothing, such as sweats, were essentials for the winter months. Winning looks. Candidates running for class offices felt that it was imperative to make a positive impression during their speeches by wearing attractive clothing. Kristy Stanfill wears a fashionable skirt, blouse and vest combination for her successful bid for Freshman class treasurer. To top it off. Topsiders were universally worn for their comfort and simplicity. Heather Riegg shows Elizabeth Stearns one of her Christmas presents, her new Topsiders. in Fashion Flash A look at what ' s new and old I counted them one brisk winter day; there were thir- teen pair in a room of twenty- seven people. The world had been infested with Topsider- mania. People wore them with virtually everything from skirts to sweats; they were definitely the shoe of the year. However, deck shoes were not the only fad of the 80 ' s — other fashions added a new dimension as we ventured into a new decade. Were we reliving the past? The monogrammed sweaters, straight legged levis, and penny loafers were on their second round. Although they were new to the student of the 80 ' s, these clothes were remi- niscent of the 50 ' s. Mothers and fathers could pull out their old high school clothes to wear again or pass them on to their son or daughter. Anu Jog said, " I think I ' ve heard my mom say more than a thousand times that she wished she had kept her high school day clothes. She has told me that every sweater and skirt she wore in the fifties would be perfect for today. " Along with the 50 ' s look came button-down collars, crewneck sweaters, blazers and pleated pants; the preppy look had arrived. Eileen Simon said, " I knew it was coming. People were dressing more casually than ever and that (continued) 125 TRENDS
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