Posts Tagged: vintage style

Vintage Danskin Bold Athletic Bodysuits, 1975

Danskin was the go-to brand for dance wear in the 1960s and 70s. All manner of ballet leotards and tights were to be had. They broke out to sportswear with their “Danskins Are Not Just For Dancing” ad campaign. Their very bold and colorful bodysuits were meant for downhill racers, cross-country trekkers, hikers, skiers, cyclists,… Read more »

Boho 70s Mademoiselle Scarf Dressing

This is a very beautiful boho fashion editorial on scarf dressing from the October 1975 issue of Mademoiselle magazine. Scarf dressing can mean dressing in scarves or dressing of scarves. The idea was to take colorful, folk art scarves and dress them up in gypsy style. You could twist, tie, drape or wear the scarves…. Read more »

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

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