Of course to read about the wickedness of the Communists in 1937 under the New year probably do not really want. So I’m probably not at the time shared his discoveries on the pages of the newspaper “Pravda” in 1937. To dilute the painful impression, offer the lightest material on how clothed the Soviet students of the Brezhnev era. This post I posted on the Zen. But here, under the cut will put most of it (approximately 75 percent of the total) for those who for whatever reason do not POISON can not get or do not want. And for those who wish to assess whether he will have this post to read to the end for Zen (that’s my policy now). So.
Note “dressed As Soviet people Brezhnev times” aroused great interest of readers (https://germanych.livejournal.com/344198.html). Apparently, it makes sense to continue this study. Today, let’s see how they dressed the representatives of the most cheerful and joyous of the suborder Soviet people – the Soviet students.
Student he student yesterday, but tomorrow’s engineer. Therefore, many male students prefer to go to their institutions in the jackets. As evidenced by the title photo to this article. No single style was not. As they say, that parents bought, then okay. A tie under a jacket is not worn. But in the cold season, wore a knitted pullover or vest. And someone like the young man in the center of the photo, could hook a sweatshirt.
In the early 70’s the business bags of the “diplomat” had not yet been circulated, so many wore portfolios, as in this photo of the student on the left.
Also evident that no one Komsomol badge.
But all, or almost all the students of that time were members of the Komsomol. AI-Yai-Yai had to tell them members of the Komsomol Committee in the absence of the icon. However, in the 70s it was not considered so significant misdemeanor.
However, someone is still wearing a Komsomol badge. Here as in this photo, where the student bent over the Colonel. Apparently this is training at the military Department.
The student: double-breasted jacket (with Komsomol badge), white shirt and tie visible. Anyway it’s a costume, and dear seem to suit. And if you pay attention to the neat hairdo with a fairing, it is likely that some Komsomol activist.
Other students dressed in old-fashioned clothes. Like this young man.
We’ve got the 2018 (or rather almost 2019) year is not always clear to the fashion of the time. But the young man – the so-called “bitlove”, which became very fashionable in the early 60s because the jacket such a casual worn by members of the Liverpool Quartet the Beatles.
For example, the Beatles in 1963.
It was trendy then this jacket. But in 1972, when a picture was taken of the student above, this is a very old-fashioned apparel. However, in the Soviet Union, which with fashionable clothes was always a problem, there is nothing strange in the fact that in 1972 student walks in balovka.
And some went without jackets.
But the sweater with trendy pattern. So apparently this student decided to do without a jacket to show everyone what his fashionable sweater.
And what about girls?
There are actually two kinds of outfits: dress or Yucca with a blouse and a sweater. And on his feet, usually boots.
This student, like some fashionable branded boots.
Here is another student in the sweater instead of the jacket.
But in a knitted jacket with zipper.
So the jacket is a mandatory uniform was not considered.
But most in suits. And some even wear a tie.
But the Komsomol badges, even the girls there. Even classes on “History” as in this photo.
Here’s an interesting photo. It’s already 1975.
Apparently the Institute does cold. Girls in hats. One student even in a handkerchief wrapped. But it is possible to evaluate winter hats students. Fur hats not. One knitted beret, another a shawl, and the third is a not very clear headpiece.
And now there is a new kind of clothing.
The girl sitting on the windowsill (probably too warm), dressed in pants. For the mid 70s this is not the most common type of women’s clothing. Many still, as a student on the left, go to.
But the pants are already beginning to declare itself.
This, incidentally, is blood donor day. So the students wore when they took blood.
And this is in an informal setting. Some sort of festive event in the student cafeteria or cafe.
The young man is wearing under the jacket, the turtleneck, the dress has become very popular in the 70-ies. Not surprisingly Turtleneck in combination with a jacket immediately gives a person an elegant look. And the turtleneck was worn by both young men and women.
But not all.
And some even went to import denim suits, and with long hair.
However, it seems that it is the teacher. Because something very sad standing next to him student, who apparently can’t answer a question and the teacher asks for the help of the audience (left and someone pulls the hand).
By the early ‘ 80s became popular another option: turtleneck and pullover (photo of 1980).
Girls, however, could wear a turtleneck without all. So it was even cuter.
Turtleneck and skirt.
What more do you want?
Boys, however, could also wear a turtleneck without all.
It is true there are some absolutely brutal variant: turtleneck and an army belt.
And here’s another option: turtleneck, over which is worn a shirt and a jacket on top.
These students, incidentally, are present Komsomol badges.
Ladies ‘ costumes were also in Vogue.
And of course every self-respecting student in her wardrobe had to have the old jacket and rubber boots.
It was to fall in than to go to traditional potatoes.
On this today and finish.
PS: In the compilation of the photographs 1972-1980, which made students and staff MIEM: Alexander Mayorshin, B. Fedorov, M. Mazanashvili, Pavel Sukharev.