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Who wore this ugly sweater on television?

We show you a regrettable pullover from a TV show, you name the series.


13 T-shirts everybody wanted to wear back in the 1970s

We kept on truckin' with these groovy tees.

Lynda Carter was the best dressed woman on 1970s television

We take a look at the wonderfully groovy wardrobe of Wonder Woman.

10 gone, groovy shampoos of the 1960s

Did you put Minipoo in your beehive?

What women were wearing in the summer of 1966

Sears catalog models were rocking the mod look in plaid and poplin.

11 extremely Seventies pages from the 1975 Sears catalog

Corduroy, Dacron and puppets galore!

9 jewelry trends that never made it out of the 1970s

Did you rock a mood ring back in the day? How about an ankle bracelet?

8 Shoes You Forgot You Owned In The 1970s

The decade that gave us disco also gave us some crazy shoe trends. Be honest, how many of these did you own?

These 13 'Teen' magazine covers from the 1970s will take you back

'Teen' magazine kept up with the hottest trends of the '70s, and these covers make us feel absolutely nostalgic for the bygone era of bell-bottoms and overalls.

Fashion trends that 1970s kids will remember all too well

Bell bottoms and leisure suits weren't only for adults - kids rocked some pretty serious style, too.

13 bygone mall stores we want to shop at again

You could buy everything from sausages to sweaters to software at memorable mall shops like Hickory Farms and Service Merchandise.

9 groovy fashion trends from the 1970s

A decade of change means a decade of crazy fashion.

Did you own a pair of Moon Boots as a kid?

Your favorite winter footwear from childhood is in fashion again. Here are 5 fun facts about moon boots.

There is now a Star Trek clothing line

Snatch up Enterprise cardigans, Starfleet yoga shorts, Next Generation neckties and Klingon denim jackets before they're gone.

17 awesome haircuts from 1960s Teen

It was the era of beehives, mop-tops, bobs, Twiggy cuts and pageboys. Few decades had better hair style than the Sixties.

18 fabulous Star Trek costumes and fashions from the original series

As it is a landmark work of science-fiction, Star Trek is best known for its science. Nifty gadgets like the tricorder and replicator predicted technology like cellphones and 3D printers. The iconic 1960s show also dealt with issues both philosophical and political. Yet the Original Series does not get enough credit for its fashion. The bodysuits, dresses and coats could have come off the runways of Paris and New York. Brilliant costume designer Bill Theiss pushed boundaries and went where no hemline had gone before. A new coffee table book titled Star Trek Costumes: Five Decades of Fashion from the Final Frontier has just been published. We put together a runway show of our own. Here are some of the most memorable looks from three seasons of Star Trek . Cosplayers, Halloween partygoers and budding designers take notes.

Manly men's cologne ads of the '60s and '70s

Dapper, globetrotting spies were all the rage in the 1960s. Colognes of the decade followed suit with exotic odors and suave ad campaigns. The 1970s, in contrast, were a decade of brown, denim, corduroy and body hair. It's no surprise that men's scents became so musky and manly. The colognes of the era seem straight out of Ron Burgundy's medicine cabinet. Today's commercials for Old Spice and Axe are ironic and bizarre. There was no such sarcasm in these print ads of the past. Alas, scratch 'n' sniff technology has not yet made it to the Internet, but we can watch commercials. Close your eyes and you can practically smell Chuck Norris. Did you buy any of these studly scents?

12 super Sixties pages from the 1968 Sears catalog

Swatch registers trademark for the phrase 'One More Thing'

About that one time Batman wore pink