7 Hilariously Awkward His-and-Her Outfits from the 1970s

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Love + SexJanuary 16, 2013
Suits, Suede Hats, and Sport Shirts
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Suits, Suede Hats, and Sport Shirts
Advertised as "His 'n' Hers" these "distinctive collection" styles result in a him and a her that look almost exactly the same.
Related: 13 tips for snagging a man (circa 1938)

The 1970s were a decade during which disco came alive, the Beatles announced they were breaking up, and 18-year-olds were given the right to vote. The first cell phone call was made, Disney World opened to the public, and people learned to say "May the force be with you" thanks to a movie called Star Wars. Most notably, in the 1970s "His n' Hers" fashion was all the rage, and matching your spouse wasn't just done for an annual Christmas photo! These old catalog images may make you laugh, make you smile, or make you glad the '70s are over. So take a moment and take a look at some of the outfits coveted by teens and adults of the disco decade. - By Krishann Briscoe



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