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RUNWAY TO REALITY : Reining In High Costs of Being a Montana Man

November 16, 1990|JOANNA DENDEL

Being the perfectly dressed Montana man can mean some pretty heavy commitments on your credit cards. The wool sport jacket pictured here by French designer Claude Montana is $1,100, and his wool gabardine pants are $350, both at Neiman Marcus in Beverly Hills. The hooded sweater in white wool, a winter answer to the T-shirt, is available for $600 at Montana boutique on Rodeo Drive.

To dress for less but still get the look, start with the well-tailored, four-button, olive-wool gabardine sport jacket, $295, from Politix stores. The black, cotton/rayon, double-pleated pants by Willi Wear are $38.95 at Caliber in West Hollywood. The classic hooded sweat shirt in white cotton is $15 at Ross Dress for Less.

To complete the picture, add brown leather gloves, $16, from Ross Dress for Less and Robert LaHaye's laughing skull pins in pewter, $30 each at Ice in Beverly Hills.

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