OK, I feel better. The urge will pass. The two front/side zippers brought back a wonderful memory of the Levi jeans shown in the layout here. The decade was the 70’s and I had that pair. Although not at all "out" like I am now, I wore them all the time on weekends, fully knowing they were a female cut and look. I guess I did not care and thought they were really cute; still do think they are cute.
To add to the androgynous look I had a pair of the Reebok Princess Sneakers. Love the name. Both the regular and the hightop variety as showed. Every now and again I would see the Princess sneakers on another man but lacked the nerve to ask if they knew they were a woman’s style. Then again I was never approached either. They were super comfortable.
Just two of the boundaries I pushed. The 70’s were a magic time for fashion. Men and woman’s bell bottom (flair as they call them now) jeans, platform shoes, white suits and disco. Did you have a white polyester suit? I did.
If you were alive in the '70 you remember the iconic fashion in the film, Saturday Night Fever. According to Style Fashion:
On seeing John Travolta strut down a New York street in the opening credits of what became a career defining performance, Fred Astaire was moved to remark that John Travolta had simply had 'it'. In 1977 the 'it' in question was one of the most stylish film performances of all time.
Any 70’s fashion trends / disasters you would like to share?
Come on - you were there....
Oh my gosh what a great flash back post. Those Reebok sneakers are soooo comfy. Girls loved them and so did a few of us guys. They were super comfy and wonderfully feminine, I still have a few pairs.ReplyDelete
Yes - Like walking on pillows..ReplyDelete
I LOVE my gurl jeans. I bought my first pair of the boot cut, Lycra-denim stretch jeans about a month ago from a thrift store for $2.50. I had no idea they would fit and feel so well goood, along with the padded derriere they look soooo good.ReplyDelete
I can pair the jeans with some of the 'guy' high heel platform shoes man size 12, that have been stored in the original box for 38 years. Velma Dinkley age 64