Enjoy a hodgepodge of women's shoe advertisements from the 1960s-1980s.
These 1967+68 Clarks Skyline ads feature some groovy colors. You might say it's a "Colour-Baloo"
I love how Pink Lady is advertising shoes they're not even wearing. I won't hold it against them - their American TV show in the 1980s (Pink Lady & Jeff) more than makes up for it.
God, I remember this trend all too well; the matching Reeboks and their ilk. Glad it went the way of acid washed denim.
"One pair of ill-fitting shoes can damage them forever"
Wow. I've never seen scare tactics in a shoe ad before.
There was a brief period in the late sixties where a variety of tights and hosiery were the rage; from fishnets to funky patterns and a rainbow of colors. It's a style I wish to live to see again.
Lastly, here's a few Scholl's ads featuring chicks in miniskirts....