More from the Men's Store at Sears
The Total Sweater Look complete with sweater belt.
While children were forced to wear earth tones, grown men wore bright, candy like colors.
I just love the following copy: Spotlighting: The Comfort-Shirt. Here you will find our famous PERMA-PREST Dress shirt in a parade of patterns and a flourish of florals. The person who wrote this deserves a Pulitzer.
In 1971, the U.S. economy was in bad shape. How could anyone seriously conduct business while wearing these clothes?
Bob, I have a brilliant idea that will make this company millions...Damn! HA HA HA HA HA! That shirt, Bob is hilariously hideous!
Well, Ted, have you looked in a mirror!
HA HA HA HA, Yes, Bob, we are both dressed like circus clowns! What was I saying?
I forgot, Ted.
These pants are so tight that one can actually see knee caps in detail but yet they are very smooth in the area just below the waist. Sears airbrushed the crotch. In 1971, it was taboo to show men with bulges.