Sparkling paisley late 1960’s/early 1970’s women’s jumpsuit

Paisley has a long and varied history, originating in Iran and eventually enjoying wide popularity throughout southern Asia.  More recently, the large paisley print enjoyed  popularity with the hippie and psychedelic period in the 1960’s.  And so it became a new innovation to combine metallic fabrics, such as on this jumpsuit and top, with big swooping dramatic colors.   Click here for more views of this sparkling and dramatic multi-piece set!

Vintage Montgomery Ward 1970’s plaid C.P.O. shirt-jac

 

For the all-American menswear piece from the 1970’s, this C.P.O. plaid shirt jacket from Montgomery Ward is a great way to go.  Worn with button-downs or chunky turtlenecks and solid-colored pants or Levi’s, this is a classic wardrobe staple that never goes out of style.   More views and sizing information here.  Don’t forget to check our great Levi’s 501 jeans prices!

 

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.