Archive for the ‘Vintage Fashion Ads’ Category

Lee Bush Jacket Jean Suit

Friday, November 19th, 2010

Is he under the guise that he’ll subsequently acquire an arsenal of bush from “Down Under?” Did they also say trim…?

(Image via Found in Mom’s Basement)

The Ugliest Dress I Have Ever Seen

Friday, April 16th, 2010

(Photo courtesy of: Found in Mom’s Basement)

The Room: It’s what you have to run from upon seeing her arrive.

Halloween ’79: Village People Or Moonraker?

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

Photo Credit: Collegeville Costume Catalog Via PlaidStallions.com

Photo Credit: Collegeville Costume Catalog Via PlaidStallions.com

1979 was a tough Halloween year for dudes – Felipe? Glenn, perhaps? Jaws is a tad unnerving, but damn that plastic 007 is foxy!! Many a coin was flipped, I’m sure.

The Big Zip

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

Photo Courtesy Of 'Found In Mom's Basement'

I don’t even know what to say, but just in case the copy is too small for you to read? I could not make this up. I’m not sure if my stomach hurts from laughing my ass off, or because I’m about to hurl…

“Because one is enough, when it’s you. Show where you’re headed in the ultimate fashion climax. Fits so tight it shows all you’ve got…you’re a walking turn-on. And treats your body as well as she does. Easy on, easy off, quick as a flick of her tongue. Sexy cool crinkle cloth for those hot nights to come. Designed with your desires in mind…she’ll eat you alive in it. The Big Zip in 50% polyester/50% cotton. Long-sleeved in rust, blue or black. Short-sleeved in natural, blue or camel. Are you enough man to fill it? $45″

Slack Power.

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

(Photo Courtesy of Martin Klasch)
(Photo Courtesy of Martin Klasch)

Because nothing says bad ass like a pair of soulful, plaid, no-wrinkle, high waisted slacks.

Inadvertently Hilarious ’80′s Menswear Ad

Thursday, June 4th, 2009

Gun to your head…?

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