Posts Tagged: Folk

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 »

Crochet a Vintage 70s Boho Red and Black Shawl

Here’s a very dramatic vintage 1974 red and black shawl to crochet! The shawl consists of a series of motifs crocheted to each other on the last round, then edged and fringed. So beautiful, and perfect for fall and winter! Instructions are below: Happy crocheting! 😀 ~Marilyn

Crochet a Vintage 70s Stained Glass Granny Square Shell

This is such a pretty crochet pattern from Women’s Day Granny Square magazine, circa 1974. Unique stained glass shell, is an ingenious assemblage of fancy geometrics. Created by Barbara Schaeffler. Granny squares are making quite the fashion comeback, with designers like Dolce and Gabbana showing similar garments. Make your own designer statement by crocheting this… Read more »

The 1971 Ukrainian Folkloric Bohemian Look

I ran across these fabulous Slavic/Ukrainian fashions in my February 1971 issue of Seventeen magazine. This folkloric style was extremely popular in the 1970s, and is experiencing a resurgence with the Neo-Folk embroidered designer dresses of Vita Kin and Ulla Johnson in 2017. Needless to say, my love of this style is just as strong… Read more »

Seventeen Magazine’s Boho Peasant Look of 1970

One of my very favorite vintage fashion styles is the folksy peasant look of the late 60s and into the 70s. In fact, I wore it then and still wear it today to a certain extent (limited to a piece at a time; I can’t do the full-blown look anymore). It is still on-trend today,… Read more »