Sticking With The Classics

Do you think the rugged heritage look is something new for this season?  Well, think again!

This article appeared in TIME magazine in 1976 describing how outdoor clothing and traditional work wear became fashionable for the urban set back then:

via - TIME Magazine - November 29, 1976

Again in September 2010, the heritage look was dissected by The Wall Street Journal:


via The Wall Street Journal - September 24, 2010

That’s what we’re all about here at AMERICANA.

Sticking with the classics, which will always be in fashion…anytime…anywhere.


Filed under About Americana, Classic American Brands, Legends of Americana

4 responses to “Sticking With The Classics

  1. Lori

    It just always looks so damn good!

  2. Yep, and looking good makes you feel good!

  3. I’ve though several times while seeing the latest “heritage” discovery by the hipsters, that I wore that in the 70s and was so terribly cool. Chukka boots, anyone?

  4. My friends & I were also were wearing this in the 80s. Back then, I had 3 different styles of Bean’s Maine Hunting Shoes. Perhaps it’s just timeless, classic American fashion under the newfound moniker “heritage”.

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