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Found at rchappo2002's flickr photo stream.
Botony 500 ad from 1966:
London Fog ad from 1967:
Van Heusen ad from 1967:
Plymouth ad from 1967:
Sears ad from 1969:
h.i.s. ad from 1969:
Posted at 06:14 AM in Advertising from the 1960s, Vintage Ads, Vintage Advertising to Men, Vintage Fashion/Clothing/Footwear Advertising | Permalink
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for that "Herb from WKRP in cincinatti" look
18 October 2009 at 08:52 PM
Well I think that we have come quite a long way over the years but I have to say that I wish I could pull off the trench coat look...I have always wanted to get me one but I just can't picture myself in one 80(((
04 May 2010 at 08:40 AM
60's men's fashion is now getting back to the fashion line these days. Even the alternative apparel clothing that we see on the internet has a touch of 60's, too. As for me, I like buying alternative apparel tees more because it looks like more of the 60's than other types of clothes.
Joey Biber |
09 February 2011 at 04:19 AM
Joey, look at how much mens ties has changed these days. Those new novelty ties are more modern than the 60's ties. Some even wear there for formal gatherings and they're able to get away with it.
Cliff Spears |
10 February 2011 at 09:21 PM
That Botony 500 looks great, the style is not so bad but that matchless suit is really bad.
Mens Clothing |
30 August 2011 at 11:43 PM
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