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Vintage girls jeans 1960s UNUSED hippie trousers Age 8 years orange slacks
Vintage girls jeans 1960s UNUSED hippie trousers Age 8 years orange slacks Vintage girls jeans 1960s UNUSED hippie trousers Age 8 years orange slacks Vintage girls jeans 1960s UNUSED hippie trousers Age 8 years orange slacks Vintage girls jeans 1960s UNUSED hippie trousers Age 8 years orange slacks

Vintage girls jeans 1960s UNUSED hippie trousers Age 8 years orange slacks


A pair of vintage 1960s girls' jeans, in bright orange, typical of the hippie era.
Cotton drill cloth.
Made in England by Ladybird, but never used.
These casual trousers (which would have been called "slacks" in the 1960s) were unsold shop stock from the 1960s.
Elasticated waist, with decorative belt and gold-coloured metal buckle - it isn't actually adjustable.
Two front pockets
Machine washable - please wash separately, in case the colour runs.
These garments have been in storage at the shop ever since the 1960s.
They have been properly stored, and are in lovely condition.
The original hand-written shop tag is still attached.
The original (pre-decimal) price was 24/- (twenty-four shillings).
This was a lot of money for a pair of children's trousers - Ladybird was a good quality brand, sold by independent clothes shops, not cheap chain stores.

Size
Age 8............Height of child 50" (128 cm)
  • Inside leg 20 inches
  • Outside leg 30 inches
  • Waist measurement 21" (unstretched), 24" (stretched)
Colour
Orange

Condition
These garments are unsold shop stock, dating from the 1960s.
They have been carefully stored, and are in excellent condition.
The buckles are slightly tarnished.
These slacks are unused, and still have their original hand-written shop tags attached.
Please bear in mind that these garments are half a century old, and will need to be treated gently and carefully.
They will also need to be washed before use, because of their age.
Please wash them separately from other clothes, in case the colour runs.
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Our Price: £17.00







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