// Balmain Pre Fall // _College Style_ The Cover of the Style Manual Don't forget the Steamer Trunk and your Pipe Rack!
Some of the guys in the "Joe College" fraternity next to mine actually did wear plaid pants!!! When I was a Freshman, I actually went to a football gameand carried a pennant I bought my date a Chrysanthemum What a dork! (below) Here is a group of all-white, non-ethnic College Men displaying their sweaters. From a historical perspective, I'm amazed that only one of them is smoking! (below) People actually DID wear silly shirts with patches on the sleevesvery few played chess (below) Here's that Tuxedo againnote that the dude is carrying a corsage for his dateHave your "Process Fabric" raincoat ready in case the weather turns bad yes, men wore Hats.The cartoon says as much as the whole "Dress for Success" book Here's your guide to color coordination.I never owned anything in "Melon" nor did anyone else I knewI learned how to pack a suit from this and it works...
Here is how to tie a tie - it really works! _ Lindy Hop and Swing Dance Week in Review_
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Bags. Makeup. Hair. Silk. Vintage 1970s Love Story Cobalt and Caramel by RaleighVintage. Was $68.00 This dress has all the elements of mid-1970s day-time fashion: a slight reserve with hints of funky!
Medium weight wool jersey in cobalt blue and caramel brown.Has the appearance of a sweater and skirt but is actually a dress.Top has contrasting decorative buttons down one sleeve and a contrasting braided tie belt.Skirt has great movement that is enhanced by a ruffled lining.Back zipper.Fully lined. Condition: excellentLabel: noneBest fits: M/L (see measurements)Circa: very late 1960s/1970sCondition: excellent Measurements:Shoulders: approx. 17”Bust: 38”Waist: 33” (waist can be cinched in with the belt)Hips: 38”Arm length (shoulder-hem): approx. 19”Length (back of neck-hem): 40” Please don't hesitate to convo us if you need more information or photos.
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