1970’s women’s fleece-lined leather and suede boots

 

Whether you’re wearing a wrap-around skirt or jeans or corduroys,  these two-tone suede and leather boots go with many looks.  Lined in warm fleece, these pull on to put the finishing touch on your outfit.  This style of boot was incredibly popular in the mid- to late 1970’s, almost always in warm colors and was often part of an a-line or very “together” feminine silhouette that was still casual.  Think of Pam Dawber from Mork and Mindy.  More views and sizing information available here.

1960’s gold and brown CPO fleecy wool jacket

 

 

Smartly-fitted yet casual, this CPO / shirt jac from Montgomery Ward features golden and brown tones and hearty flap-patch pockets with black buttons.  Open collar gives it that extra-relaxed look, sturdy construction.  This can be worn simply as a jacket, where the fleecy wool is enough to keep you warm, or it can be layered with a variety of different shirts to really play up that casual aspect.  More views and sizing information here.