Normal every day outfit in the 70's love!

╰☆╮Boho chic bohemian boho style hippy hippie chic bohème vibe gypsy fashion indie folk the .

had this dog pull toy 1960s.

Ik had er net zo eentje. Home: Eleven Vintage Toys For Your Favourite Kidlet (via Vintage Fisher Price Snoopy Dog Pull Toy by RetroGirlRedux on Etsy)

Primary School needlework

I remember doing this in Junior school, hated it back then, now love cross stitching! Did this as well

Charlie perfume by Revlon. Originally launched to compete with Estee Lauder, this new perfume captured a new target audience: working women. It was a revolutionary campaign-one of the first ads to feature women wearing pants women as being self-sufficient.

Charlie perfume by Revlon. Originally launched to compete with Estee Lauder, this new perfume captured a new target audience: working women. It was a revolutionary campaign-one of the first ads to feature women wearing pants. I wore Charlie and loved it.

Yves Saint Laurent, 1970...In the 1970s, Saint Laurent would explore Chinese, Russian, and Gypsy pretexts for pants, establishing an authoritative iconography of women empowered in pants.”

YSL 1971 and Ralph Lauren Spring Both wear monochrome looks of a creme suit and white blouse. Long-line jacket and a wider leg pleated pant with belt detail.

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Remember these rubber finger puppets from the You'd usually have an assortment of all different kinds of monsters etc.

Christmas sky.

#2217 60s Unused Santa-Sleigh-Reindeer-Deer-Vintage Christmas Card-Greeting

bikehype: Porta-malas vforvelocipedantocracy: Pedaladas na...

Vintage Kids tricycle I wanted one of these in the worst way. I still gaze longingly at 3 wheeler bikes today.

Puppets Andy, Teddy and Looby Loo first appeared on BBC TV on this day 11th July 1950. The episodes were repeated for more than 25 years until the film wore out. I remember my brother hiding behind the sofa when Looby Lou came on lol.

Puppets Andy, Teddy and Looby Loo first appeared on BBC TV on this day July The episodes were repeated for more than 25 years until the film wore out. I had an Andy Pandy doll that i named Peter.Which is really funny as i married a man named Peter ;

Clackers! And we survived...

Klackers or klick-klacks. They were fun and popular, but they were also dangerous if you lost control of them while playing. We all loved them, but they were banned.

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