Judy’s Pixie


My post on the store Judy’s evoked many memories from women who grew up in California in the sixties and seventies.  One was my sister, Jill. She saved this silk twill Judy’s scarf from the mid 1960s bought with her allowance and baby sitting money. Instead of a tag, it was stamped with the Judy’s logo, a pixie in a striped shirt and black pants. Conceived in the 1940s, the pixie never changed throughout the store’s existence.

Where are all the Judy’s scarves now?  Those of you who are frequent flea markets and thrift stores might look for this pixie logo.

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3 Responses to Judy’s Pixie

  1. Jann Gumbiner says:

    Very cool.

  2. Lizzie says:

    I’ve never seen the logo, but that’s not unusual as most of my vintage hunting is on the East Coast. It is so fabulous!

  3. Jen O says:

    that’s cute– I hope we are raising the collective consciousness about this wonderful retailer too!

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