10 Hand-sewn moccasin has a square toe ($20, E. E. Taylor: J. W. Robinson).
11 Mustard Shetland jacket ($47.50, Linett: Lord & Taylor) complements checked slacks ($22.50, Dunlee: Bullock's, L.A.).
With dog and gun
The hard-wearing fabrics and the functional, clean designs which distinguish the field look are best exemplified by the clothes worn at field-dog and gun events. As shown here, they are at the same time utilitarian and handsome. Jackets have action backs, shell pockets and, in many cases, leather piping. Pants have no cuffs. The fabrics resist briars, wear and tear, and the elements.
1 Shooting jacket ($60) and trousers ($28.50) are of rugged green wool forestry cloth. With the outfit, Mrs. Roger Vasselais wears Russell Bird Shooter boots ($28.50: Abercrombie & Fitch).
2 Whipcord skeet jacket ($75), pants ($27.50) are worn by Jack Griffis; woman's jacket is cotton poplin ($22.50, all Willis & Geiger). Melissa Weston teams it with corduroy pants ($9, White Stag). All at Joseph Home Co.
3 Jacket of corduroy with su�de yoke ($85, David Church: Abercrombie & Fitch) is dog show attire for Paid Brine. Hat is the Piper ($12.50, Thomas Begg).
4 Silk-lined antelope-su�de pants ($90), matching knit-and-suede pullover ($80, both Korrigun-Lesur) are worn by Melissa Weston at Labrador trial. Her bag is of soft cowhide ($23, Calderon). All I. Magnin. Tiffany pin.
5 Hunting jacket of water-repellent iridescent Egyptian cotton gabardine has detachable poaching pocket ($78, Burberry: Abercrombie & Fitch Co.). Duofold brushed-cotton turtle-neck ($3).
6 Ladies' shooting coat is also of iridescent Egyptian cotton; has game and shell pockets, corduroy collar ($40: Saks Fifth Ave.). Stretchable, capeskin shooting gloves ($6.50, American Astral).