I’m always impressed by the quality and styling of vintage White Stag clothing from the 1950s. As if brown canvas jeans were not wonderful enough, White Stag added that extra bit of color at the hem. And what a sophisticated palette for sportswear: black,white, turquoise, brown, and khaki.
Until the early 1960s, White Stage used a form of this blue label in their women’s sportswear. Sometimes the label is red and sometimes it is white with red print. Sometime around 1961 the label changed to white with gold print.
I’d like to know why all women’s jeans and slacks do not have side zippers. They are infinitely more flattering, and just as convenient.
These can be worn with or without the striped cuff.
And finally, the rear view.
I’s hoped to find an ad for these pants, but so far I’ve had no luck. White Stag advertised extensively, so I’m holding out hope that I’ll locate it. In the meantime, here’s an ad from 1951 that shows the wide range of separates they were making in coordinating fabrics.