Clothes of the Seventies, Wallace Beery shirts

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Description: Like a long-sleeved henley, with psychedelic designs around the neck...we used to wear these with Levi's hip-hugger big bells, fringed mocassins and a leather fringed purse. And we thought we were stylin'!
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hippie dippie - February 02, 2009 - Report this comment
We LIVED in these in 1972 and 1973. We'd buy them at a surplus store and they were all natural colored cotton. When we got done with them some would be tie dyed, some would be patched and some were embroidered - some were a mixture of all the above.My grandson (EEK)has 70's days for his school tomorrow. I found him a shirt like this, some ripped a patched jeans (that I painted on cos there wasn't enough time to embroider them) and boots so he's good to go.
Rob Lambert - January 11, 2016 - Report this comment
At first, I found it odd for a shirt of 1970s popularity was named after an actor who started in silent films, and passed away in 1949. In one candid photo from the 1930s, Beery wore long underwear, with a four-inch rip below the neck (Henley shirts were collarless). That may have been the inspiration (in the photo, Beery is drinking alcohol-laced hair tonic, during Prohibition).

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