Posts Tagged: Boho

Levi’s Junior Collection For Gals, 1975

Levi’s debuted a collection for girls/women in the 1970s. This Junior line included pants, jeans, jackets, jumpers, skirts and shirts that were cut and styled to fit just you (and not him). The trademark included a lady, and this was to denote that “She’s on the Levi’s only a girl can love”. Up until that… Read more »

Fruit of the Loom Denim Shoulder Bag, 1975

I’ve always thought that Fruit of the Loom was dedicated to making T-shirts and underwear, but apparently they had a brief foray into denim and jeans in the 1970s. This denim shoulder bag is really cute, with its front and back pockets and jeans styling. I’m sure it would be a major collectible today, should… Read more »

Cover Girl SuperSheer Makeup, 1973

Makeup trends were starting to be towards a more natural look in the 1970s. This Cover Girl ad was for SuperSheer foundation, which was formulated to ‘look and feel like no make-up at all’. The model looks so fresh and pretty. More of an earthy, boho vibe than the dramatic heavy makeup of the previous… Read more »

Fanfares Super Skirt Shoes, 1975

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…. Read more »

Hot Sox + Hot Nitz + Frye Boots, 1975

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! ~Marilyn 😀