Obvious cringeworthy sexism aside, shouldn’t the caveman be barefooted? What is he, a Roman caveman?
A plate of donuts and my records and my girdle.
That’s all I need.
That appears to be a copy of the Bible they are holding.
Headline: Turn A Bold Shoulder To Summer.
Very conceptual for the 1950s.
Workout wear has come a long way.
The 1940s Formfit Life Bras campaign featured mutantly-proportioned minxes, and not-at-all dirty (BOO!) limericks.
Little Boy Blue is missing the chance for a real life dream.
Peter was a douchebag.
12. PermaLift girdles
A Venus statue with a partially-eaten apple sitting on its head.
I have no idea.
During World War II.
Rear Guard, yuckity yuck.
The mutant Tulip Women ate their husbands.
The classic “I dreamed I was…” Maidenform campaign ran for more than a decade into the 1960s. This is the most bizarre ad from the series.
My, what a big King.
Whoa, hello handcuffs.
Most of these ads are via the Vintage King of Flickr — Captain Geoffrey Spaulding. He has collected over 32,000 images. It’s a special place to get lost in time.
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