About Vintage Binger

Romping aimlessly through the stylish world that was, in order to understand what shapes our aesthetics today. 99% fresh, not reblogged content. All photos scanned with love and given credit where they are due. Affiliate links help fund research and tracking down of hard-to-find tomes and pictures.

Caftans were the epitome of chic in the second half of the 60s, with their tribal and ethnic prints and the freedom it afforded the wearer. Both models are wearing gandurah, a shirtlike, ankle-length dress. The prints are Kenyan. Photo from Vogue, July 1966.

Caftans were the epitome of chic in the second half of the 60s, with their tribal and ethnic prints and the freedom it afforded the wearer. Both models are wearing gandurah, a shirtlike, ankle-length dress. The prints are Kenyan. Photo from Vogue, July 1966.

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