We were only allowed to wear skirts and dresses at school, and they had to touch the floor when standing on our knees. (We rolled up our skirts until we heard the clatter of keys hanging from the belt of the girls' vice principal.) We wore jeans, pedal pushers, and shorts on the weekends.
Like Rooster, we wore bell bottoms, well the girls did. And Beatle Boots. Bleeding Madras Shirts were big then too.
You mean, Cher didn't invent them?
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Yes, the reminder to "thud' you gave me last week still sticking.
I remember too walking the halls in school and other kids would pull that loop between the shoulder blades. The 'greaser' kids called 'em "fruit loops".
Same as those above. And the occasional "leisure suit"
Converse All Stars.
I've always been a jeans and t-shirts kind of gal. I distinctly remember wearing this t-shirt ragged.
My family hated it, always said I looked like a nomad :)
Nothing wrong with jeans and a t-shirt!
I love the way a decades-old cotton t-shirt feels, if it were up to me all t-shirts would be made of that fabric. lol A guilty pleasure of mine.
You mean like a thin layered light cotton shirt?
Okay, I just the decades old thing through me... I've bought a couple of shirts like that, brand new
Love them on relaxed days, or when it gets extremely hot out... but can't use them for work/professional days.
It isn't the same when you buy the soft T out of a store though. But T's that are 10 or more years old have the most comfortable texture. It's the type of fabric that can't be bought. lol
I'll have to take your word for it.
But I think I got on shirt that fits what you're talking about, even though it's not that old... it started soft but with wear it become really soft really fast... almost seems a bit wore out.
Yep, that's the kind I'm talking about. The washing machine does that over time, it softens and thins the fabric.
To wear it's almost too thing
I remember I had a goofy haircut. Something like this, only shorter. It was called a poodle cut. lol I got teased a lot by some boys, and after about the third day, I combed it down. lol
I'm sorry they teased you... but poodlecut...
Poodles are funny make fun of ... though they're extremely smart, so you gotta watch-out, they'll get you back
It was all in fun, I got teased a lot in high school. lol
Cute graphic. I've always found poodles to be rather snarky. lol
what do you mean snarky?
I wonder if they get that from their training
I always think of a poodle as being pampered more than most dogs. lol
Well that is their rep... and it's probably true. Because some people get or avoid dogs based on their rep.
And Hush Puppies.
Skirts and dresses.
I was a teenager 3 years back and I still wear many of the same clothes. Jeans and really loose shirts and sweaters. Only now I wear a lot of the Traditional Salwar Kameez and a Hijaab, earlier I did not.
I shopped at thrift shops a lot.
I wore a red leather jacket
Mostly jeans... sometimes other clothing