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.

classic Ivy league look...

Vassar Girls

Vassar student with book dressed in the Vassar style. Mademoiselle magazine, As the progressed, Vassar style became increasingly defined in relation to the neighboring Ivies.

Preppy: Cultivating the Ivy Style. “Preppy has always been acknowledged as an inherently American phenomenon, a fashion—or anti-fashion as some have called it—whose imagery perpetually connects us to idyllic college days, sport, and the spirit and vitality of youth.” - Jeffrey Banks

Preppy: Cultivating Ivy Style blends vintage and modern preppy and shows how to create great style. It's a great addition to a collection or coffee table.

Perhaps Norman talking to one of his classmates. Probably in a arrogant, demeaning, and belittling way.

Smart Appeal–Morten Bjarnhof photographs Mathias Lauridsen and Cesar Casier for Breuninger’s spring 2011 magazine. Sending Mathias and Cesar to university, the retailer showcases a polished lineup of blazers, trousers and related wardrobe essentials.

The first Japanese to adopt elements of the Ivy League Look were a youth tribe called the Miyuki-zoku, who suddenly appeared in the summer of 1964. The group’s name came from their storefront loitering on Miyuki Street in the upscale Ginza shopping neighborhood (the suffix “zoku” means subculture or social group). The Miyuki-zoku were mostly in their late teens, a mix of guys and girls, likely numbering around 700 at the trend’s peak. Since they were students, they would arrive in Ginza…

Young gents of the Miyuki-zoku (Ivy style cult), Tokyo, early