You can't just wear anything
I wish it was less blurry
i first learned of this place and a similar business while reading one of my many books about Queen Victoria, one dealing with her lifelong love of mourning....there was quite an industry for mourning in the mid-1800s for about 30 years...specific rules on colors to be worn--even in regards to jewelry, mourning decorations for home, carriages, and mourning for all economic classes....fascinating actually....well, i found it fascinating.....
I forgot to get the year on this one, but I'm fairly sure it's an old ad.
Damn, this was really advanced for 1971....I WANT IT NOW!!!! I also absolutely abhor changing the clocks....I know the EU is considering doing away with it but I'm sure the US will stubbornly cling to delusions that in some strange way it saves energy, or gives a factory farm more light, or doesn't cause more traffic accidents due to messed up sleep.....pick one time and STAY ON IT....if it gets dark earlier in the winter, so what? this only became federal law in the US in 1966....yes, i sound like a cranky old woman....hand me a bag of werther's and get off my lawn!!