With apologies to Barbara and the classic movie from 1973, "The Way We Were."
To ask the question of, "What was in our closets?" should be more like, "What was laying over our bedroom chairs, beds, and layered on the floor." Hey, we were teen agers of the 60-70's and we weren't any different about our rooms like the teens of today. Perhaps the Wa-Hi Class of 72 invented the messy bedrooms during our days of teen angst.
Catie McIntyre Walker My fav accessory was a brown seude purse with fringe and studded peace symbol on the flap. I still have it. Maybe I should use it for the 40th class reunion? How fashionable ... I finally let go of my dance formals in 1997.
Robert Larson I had a red plaid jacket with big pockets, easier to hide the, I mean my lunch, not that I hid my lunch, still have it. Wow, love it but can no longer fit into it.
Ida Widner Kaminsky I loved my bell bottom jeans. Don't own them anymore. But still own some multi colored wood hoop earrings and a puzzle ring that I love and still wear.
Steven W. Mackey My bell bottoms (Coast Guard) had 13 buttons.
Tracie Myrick Meyer My boyfriends 501 Levis I borrowed.
Patti Parson Hillman I have my class ring too! Thanks for the reminder Diane.
Sheila Potter Peick Patti (Parson Hillman), you are definitely a nerd for saving stuff a Highly intelligent nerd, the kind I wish I were LOL. I bet the clothes still fit. I had a baby blue trench coat and a big floppy hat ( in multiple colors) finally tossed them. Diane a big definite YES on the wool plaid skirts. For not being able to wear jeans to school except snow days. Lol. Short dresses and even shorter skirts.
Where did we get that fashion statement of the fringed jacket? Was it from television's Daniel Boone with Fess Parker or from the movie, Easy Rider's cowboy biker, Billy? But, Jackie wasn't the only one who wore a seude/leather jacket with fringes that is now long gone ...
Debbie Fullen I don't have mine either.... bummer!