More to explore:
In 1960s, new square toe chunky high heel or flat were everywhere and the colorful stoking completed the look with the short skirt which showed more leg.
Red, white and blue were popular colors and of course we wore knee socks all the time
school dress ... girls could not wear pants - I had numerous dresses that looked just like this.
These were not warm at all. My feet froze. But they looked cute while freezing.
So remember wearing these and having to call my mom or dad to constantly tie the straps.
Buster Brown Easter Shoes- I loved the patent leather Mary Janes. I had them in black, white and red.
Semi enclosed telephone booth...mid 70's and beyond
I remember having this in Junior high, and would have to put it on in school so my mother did know LOL
The most difficult one minute in elementary…
big eye mods. OMGee... I'm pretty sure I had this exact one! (But I had a pair, & can't remember the other one at all)
1950s Rubber black and white dog squeeze toy
Twinkle Copper Cleaner = Used this all the time to clean my mother's Revere Ware copper pans.
Remember these commercials on TV? They made us feel so sorry for the women that use to have to hide to smoke and so proud to be a modern independent woman! The teen magazines were full of these ads. INSANITY.
Oh ja! Ik kocht zo'n flesje om er aan te ruiken, omdat de jongen waar ik verliefd op was het gebruikte :-)