Posts Tagged: Vintage ad

Walk Pretty in Vintage 1970 Scholl Shape-up Sandals!

Dr. Scholl’s Exercise Sandals have been around for a long time. At least 47 years if you go by this June 1970 ad from Seventeen Magazine! I am struck with how current the model in the short pink dress, tattoos, and crocheted hat looks. She would look right in style today, without looking particularly vintage-y…. Read more »

The Bulletin Board Bag AKA Vintage 1970 Pinterest

I ran across this unusual ad in the August 1970 issue of Seventeen magazine. It advertised the Bulletin Board Bag – a $9 wood purse with rope handle – that had a four-sided cork bulletin board. You could ‘design it with love’ by decorating it with snaps of special people, signs, flowers, team heroes, school… Read more »

The 1971 Yardley Pot o’ Glossapalooza!

Being the vintage Yardley of London freak that I am, I thought I had exhausted all the Seventeen magazine Yardley advertising from my personal collection. But, no; I just found an amazing two-page ad in the March 1971 issue. And it’s for my absolute favorite, Pot o’ Gloss! The cool thing is that there were… Read more »

Vintage 1974 Chanel No.19 Perfume

“It’s another feeling. It’s another Chanel.” This is a really pretty Chanel No.19 perfume ad from the December 1974 issue of Mademoiselle magazine. It features a gorgeous model with long, flying hair dressed in a dark pink evening gown. I love the metallic silver printing of the Chanel logo. Chanel No. 19 perfume was first… Read more »

Groovy Vintage 1970 Rit Tie-Dye Electric Satin!

Tie-Dye was HUGE in the early 1970s, and Rit Dye Co. was having a heyday. “Rit invents ELECTRIC SATIN – Simplicity says it’s shocking!” This 1970 Rit ad showcased tie-dying satin fabric, and then sewing up an ‘electrifying’ Simplicity Pattern. The sewing patterns are 8210, 8245, and 8182. Most every female knew how to sew… Read more »

Clean Makeup Cover Girl Cheryl Tiegs, 1971

Cheryl Tiegs was a fresh-faced, natural looking model in the 1970s. With her California girl looks, she was the perfect face for Cover Girl’s Clean Make-up line. Clean Make-up was supposed to stay fresh as sunshine and look natural as all outdoors, while being infused with Noxzema medication to fight germs. Unfortunately, Cheryl now has… Read more »