Posts Tagged: Boho

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

Lee Authentic Bib Overalls for Girls, 1971

I love this straightforward 1971 ‘Teen magazine ad for Lee Authentic bib overalls for “girls”. They were authentic – made exactly as the famous LEE work overalls in every detail – now in fashion fabrics, colors and patterns – a figure flattering fit with flared bottoms. This was a new thing; making jeans and overalls… Read more »

Heaven Sent Perfume, Vintage 1973

This is a really pretty vintage 1973 ad for Heaven Sent fragrance by Helena Rubenstein. Heaven Sent was one of those seemingly ubiquitous scents in the 1970s. I remember it being a very flowery, feminine perfume and instantly recognizable to the nose. I love the pink cloche hat and floral shirt on the lovely Boho… Read more »

Vintage 70s Frye Boots For Ms. and Mr.

Frye Boots really became super popular in 1974, like this ad depicts. The chunky Campus Boot was especially ubiquitous and trendy. Everyone was clomping around in them; and Frye promoted its unisex styling in the newly-coined title “Ms.”, and Mr. Frye Boots remain popular today, as all good American classics do! ~Marilyn

Vintage 1970s Dingo Boots for Men and Women

One of the fashion trends for the mid-1970s was for tall, heavy boots – the chunkier the better! There was sort of a unisex style craze, where men and women dressed pretty much the same. In this ad – from Cosmopolitan magazine, September 1976 – Dingo boots capitalizes on this trend by offering long, tall… Read more »