Astrology and the zodiac were really popular in the 1970s. These Monet pendant charm necklaces depicting each sign of the zodiac are really beautiful. I particularly like the lion (Leo), fish (Pisces), bull (Taurus) and ram (Aries), even though my sign is the twins (Gemini).
It took me awhile, but I finally figured out that there are two different styles of shoes shown here! I was wondering why they were different shades, but realized that one was a lace-up tie and the other a buckle T-strap. But, I digress… these Fanfares “skirt” shoes are absolutely stunning and I LOVE THEM. The chunky high heel, the glossy pink leather, the slightly rounded toe. Perfection. ♥
Frye boots were all the rage in 1975. What was even better was the array of socks, leg warmers, hats, gloves and scarves by Hot Sox and Hot Nitz to brighten up the boots. I loved this funky and colorful 70s vibe to all the accessories!
Very pretty pink lip colors from Maybelline! I love this vintage ad so much as it is so fresh and springlike. The model is a natural beauty dressed in PINK (my favorite color), and says “I want my lips to be delicious. To feel dewy, not dry. To gleam with clear, constant color. And I want them to say nice fresh things about me. And to keep on saying them for hours.”
“When I wear Chanel No. 22, I remember all the sweet things in my life.” Launched in 1922, Chanel No. 22’s composition is based on white flowers (lily, tuberose, lily-of-the-valley, neroli and orange blossom).
This a very pretty ad, with the model dressed in a white hat and maxi dress. I like the display of all the No. 22 products: Perfume in the classic bottle, Spray Perfume, Eau de Cologne, Spray Cologne and Bath Powder.
With Chanel No. 22’s 100-year anniversary next year in 2022, I propose that we make it the fragrance of the year in 2022! I think we could all use a little more sweetness in our lives. 🙂
I'm Marilyn, and I'm obsessed with vintage clothing, thrift stores, clotheslines, and Chanel. Welcome to my down-to-earth world!