Much like family albums and videos of important events, things we love to see are available in an instant. Wikimedia Commons, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, blogs, and a treasure trove of other sources bring back memories of other times and great entertainment. It was fun to find some great pictures of Leonard Nimoy in the public domain that reminded me of what an incredible actor he was.
Looking at pictures from the past is like going to a retro fashion show! Polyester, silk, cotton, and 50/50 blends delivered fabrics that added to the durability and style of wool. There is an assortment of material in this picture as the crew of NC-1701 was introduced to the real-life Enterprise shuttle. Bell bottom slacks, much in style at the time, return to fashion now and again much to my delight. They are so comfortable.
Vulcan ears and inquisitive eyebrows are appropriate apparel at Star Trek conventions.
Mission Impossible displayed fashion, talent and entertainment on weekly television in the 1970s. Here’s the cast. Hard to believe they were spies!
Perhaps clothing does make the difference in how others see each person. I’d suggest, however, refraining from saying anything to Chewbacca about fashion.