Posts Tagged: jeans

The Ultimate In Vintage 70s Decorated Jeans!

The March 1971 issue of Ingenue magazine featured this incredible pair of decorated blue jeans. These one-of-a-kind jeans were created by Linda Sampson, a young New Yorker who designed and created in her spare time. She took a pair of well-aged dungarees, covered them with a fairy-tale fantasy of applique and embroidery and turned them… Read more »

Those Vintage ’70s Wide-Leg Denim Jeans

This is a great Landlubber ad that shows just how huge jeans were in 1975. I mean literally huge! Very wide-legged all the way down, not just below the knee like bell-bottoms. There was no such thing as lighter-weight stretch denim – as I remember, in the ’70s – so I am sure these jeans… Read more »

Americana Levi’s for Gals – 1972

“Have you ever had a bad time in Levi’s?”, begs the question. Well, no, as a matter of fact! Levi’s were a mainstay in my wardrobe in the ’60s and ’70s. I remember having to buy men’s Levi jeans and have my mom sew darts in the waistline to make them fit better. In 1968,… Read more »

Have You Ever Had a Bad Time in Levi’s?

This is a great Levi’s ad from the September 1972 issue of Seventeen magazine. The “Have you ever had a bad time in Levi’s?” ad campaign was for the newly minted Levi’s for Gals, which was a division of Levi Strauss & Co. I love how it shows the playful exuberance of young teenage girls… Read more »

Princess Kate: A Most Practical Royal Fashionista

It’s been just over a week since the lovely royal wedding of Kate and William.  I thoroughly enjoyed the wedding; thought it was sheer perfection, not over the top with that fairy tale imagination that makes me want to barf.  You see, I think that Kate is secretly a practical fashionista.  But I think that… Read more »