Sunday, September 26, 2010 style boy...

Vintage jeans for the 5 year more at Toxotwins, my other blog...
jeans: Farah of Texas "Gold Strike"
(Farah was started in 1920 in El Paso, Texas as a workwear brand and became extremely popular in the UK in the 1970's. I am still trying to figure out the age of this little pair of jeans based on this label. Help!)

We love when our twins grow into the vintage stuff we've found over the years...there's so much more to come and it's definitely "Blackmail Style" model, Creed, age 5...
He's starting to ressemble his Dad from the back.

Soon to be seen modeling for Calvin Klein - only kidding!

1 comment:

  1. Farah Gold Strikes Jeans were produced by the Farah Mfg Co. of El Paso, TX from the 1950s through the mid to late 1960s. These jeans were made of a durable blend of cotton and nylon and featured reinforced knees. Another popular brand of boys jeans at the time, also made in El Paso, TX was the Billy The Kid brand manufactured by Hortex Inc. I wore both as a kid growing up in the 1950s. Child actors in popular television series also wore these brands. These include Jerry Mathers in "Leave It To Beaver" and Jon Provost in "Lassie."