Posts Tagged: 60s

Designer Mary Quant’s Booby Trap Collection, 1974

Mary Quant was a Mod London designer who took credit for the miniskirt and hotpants in the 1960s. In the 1970s, she expanded her clothing line to include cosmetics and household goods. This 1974 ad is for “Booby Traps”, which look to be a bra and panties set. Interestingly enough, there are elephant graphics strategically… Read more »

Rit DIY Tie-Dye Tights, 1970

Tie-Dyeing has been popular with the trendy DIY crowd since the late 1960s. This groovy ad from the September 1970 issue of Co-ed magazine shows how you can take plain white tights and tie-dye ’em with Rit Dye. Who loves the reptile revolution? Who digs the tie-dye explosion? You! ~Marilyn

Crochet a Cute Vintage 60s Granny Square Shell Sweater

Since most of us are hunkered down during this Covid-19 pandemic, I am trying to keep things positive as much as possible on my vintage blog! This is a really sweet vintage 1965 crochet pattern for a Granny Square shell sweater. Granny Square styling has made a great comeback in the designer fashion scene the… Read more »

TAB Keeps You Light On Your Feet!

Tab diet cola was introduced in 1963, and was all the rage in the 60s and 70s. This vivacious ad from 1976 depicts three fun people doing the “TAB dance”. I love the mid-seventies jeans styles: overalls, bell bottoms and cuffed at the knee. With only one calorie, Tab helps keep you light on your… Read more »