Levi's is not only know for its denim jeans - but vests and skirts too made-to-order!
This vintage Levi's vest was custom-made/tailor-made in the early 1960s.
This zipper came out in the 1960s, as did the ever infamous bell-bottom style of jeans, which carried well into the 1970s.
These vintage Levi's Jeans are circa early 1970s and after 1971.
It comes from the 1970s era when Levi's changed their exterior label to have a smaller E in the word 'Levi's' and also added the care tag/wash instructions after 1970.
Prior to the 1990s, Levi's lined the interior of their jeans with a red line of stitching.
The style speaks to the era and during this time, Levi's still used their 'Big E' on their labels.
This vintage gingham Levi's skirt is so retro and perfect for summer.Scopri di più anche sulle opzioni di scelta disponibili: Normativa sui cookie.These late 1960s Levi's jeans are identifiable by the 'Talon 42' copper zipper fly.Prior to 1971, Levi Strauss used a "Big E" in the tab of the pants, and after 1971, switched to a small E (see left photo).Another identifiable indication is the Talon 42 copper zipper which was produced in the 1960s (see right photo).This skirt circa 1990s has regular blue lining to the interior and style of this Levi's skirt speaks to the high-waist cut-off denim trend of the 1990s.