Princeton Students in the early 60s

'Take Ivy' brings readers back to the golden age of Princeton style, 'True Prep' brings them up to date

Tartan plaids became popular fashion for men. Khaki-colored trousers, called chinos, were worn for casual wear. And also the Ivy League sweater

These are my FAVOURITE sweaters ever, for both sexes. More men & ladies should wear these. I adore the knit and the style. Can dress up or down. EVERYONE should own one.

The shawl collar cardigan is a versatile item that can dress up a casual outfit. Enjoy our collection of shawl collar cardigan inspiration.

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An entry from note to self

Female student chatting on campus of Smith College. Location: Northampton, MA, US Date taken: 1949 Photographer: Peter Stackpole

ivy-league-style:Light blue striped oxford cloth button-down shirt, brown wool cardigan, regimental tie. Ivy style: check

ivy-league-style: Light blue striped oxford cloth button-down shirt, brown wool cardigan, regimental tie. Ivy style: check Nice everyday dress code for a young man… The tie could be a little tighter and the hair a little shorter or better combed !

A scene from the trad classic “Take Ivy,” photographed at American Ivy League schools circa 1964, published in Japan in 1965, republished by PowerHouse Books in 2010. Photos by Teruyoshi Hayashida.

A scene from the trad classic “Take Ivy,” photographed at American Ivy League schools circa published in Japan in republished by PowerHouse Books in Photos by Teruyoshi Hayashida.

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The unabridged, photographic tale & life of New Englanders Kiel James Patrick and Sarah Vickers.

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