Category:
Underwear

Follies of the Madmen #324




Original ad here.

The notion of a garment that imparts a frigid chill to the wearer seems most unappealing.

At the time of this writing, there is actually a vintage one for sale online.


Posted By: Paul - Sun Aug 27, 2017 - Comments (2)
Category: Advertising, Underwear, 1940s

Sexy Lingerie

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Original ad here.

Posted By: Paul - Sun Apr 03, 2016 - Comments (4)
Category: Advertising, Underwear, 1910s, Women

Color-Changing Fur Bra

In case of power outage, she could take the place of traffic lights.


From Electric Styles

Posted By: Alex - Fri Jul 31, 2015 - Comments (8)
Category: Fashion, Underwear

Free Elvis record with panties

Eddie Fisher, Perry Como the other options. 1950s, I assume. via itishifi

Posted By: Alex - Sat Jun 06, 2015 - Comments (11)
Category: Music, Underwear, 1950s

Bra Burners Beware

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A Brazilian woman was saved from a bullet to the heart by her underwire bra.

Posted By: patty - Thu Feb 05, 2015 - Comments (11)
Category: Guns, Underwear

Lapkins

Yet another useless product. Put the napkin on your lap and make it look like you're only wearing underwear. Nudists could use them to make it look like they're wearing underwear! Get 'em here. (via OhGizmo)




Posted By: Alex - Thu Oct 02, 2014 - Comments (11)
Category: Fashion, Underwear, Hygiene

Mipples (Male Nipples)

Who knew these useless appendages cause such concern.



Continue at your own risk....

More in extended >>

Posted By: Expat47 - Wed Aug 27, 2014 - Comments (5)
Category: Body, Injuries, Underwear

Wireless Armour

Guys, you can now protect your dangly bits from electromagnetic radiation by wearing this silver-threaded underwear. But it'll only be sold if the Indiegogo funding goal of £30,000 is reached. So far, they're about a third of the way there.

Posted By: Alex - Thu May 15, 2014 - Comments (14)
Category: Underwear

That Formfit Feeling

What exactly is she feeling? Insanity? Hysteria? [source: Life - Aug 22, 1960]


And here she looks like a vampire craning its neck back, about to bite a victim. [source: atticpaper.com]

Posted By: Alex - Sat Feb 01, 2014 - Comments (8)
Category: Advertising, Underwear, 1960s

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