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  • Allie Boselli

    Bobby socks were very popular during this time. They were socks that were folded at the ankle and they were usually worn with saddle shoes. They were also very popular to wear with school uniforms. They would usually be worn with casual clothing.

  • Tamara Capell

    Saddle shoes, with comb in bobby socks - 1950s.

  • Mandy Manley

    saddle oxfords, Nina Leen, 1947

  • Hansa Tingsuwan

    Saddle shoes, bobby socks, comb slipped in the cuff Photo by Nina Leen 1947, LIFE magazine

  • Sachi Masuda

    Saddle oxford shoes for HS students

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