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August 11, 2015 / Posted by:

Arlene Dahl Wigs for Sears from the 1970s!

Today, Arlene Dahl, Old Hollywood actress, glamour icon, mother of Lorenzo Lamas and more importantly, former mother-in-law of the Empress of Lucite celebrates her 90th year of spreading elegance and enchantment across this land. While reading about Arlene Dahl last night, beauty slapped me in the eyeballs when I came across these old ads from the early 70s of her wig collection for Sears.

Glamour = a 70s wig line for Sears.

Before Raquel Welch, Vivica Fox, Sherri Shepherd and Wendy Williams, Arlene Dahl brought glamour and “star quality” to the heads of women with her wig collection. Thanks to Arlene Dahl’s exquisite taste, women in the 70s could look like the spitting image of Diana Ross (see: wig at the top) or an 80-year-old five-time widow socialite from the Upper East Side (see: middle wig) or the gorgeous Southern Belle Scarlett O’Hara tried her hardest to look like (see: the bottom wig). It’s surprising that those wigs didn’t come with their own security guard, because they are so luxurious and gorgeous that I’m sure jealous whores tried to snatch them off.

And believe it or not, there’s something even more beautiful than those luscious wigs and her A+++ eyebrow situation: the quotes from Arlene Dahl herself. They are stunning words of poetry. Buy as many of Arlene’s wigs as possible and build your wig wardrobe, because your man deserves to see the many facets of your personality. Arlene truly found a poetic way of saying, “Get into kinky role playing shit with your man by wearing a different wig each night.”

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