Have you ever walked through the grocery store aisles and spotted someone who looked like they just rolled out of bed? I mean literally in their pajamas. Or perhaps you have been the culprit of this fashion crime. Well, it was not always this way.
GIGGAG has collected a series of vintage photographs that take you through different grocery stores across America over history, and it’s safe to say these store-goers would never be caught dead in their pajamas. Strutting around in the latest fashions of their time, it is only one of many ways grocery stores have changed. From wider aisles and more elegant stores to small homegrown businesses, these photos reflect eras long past. Take a look at all the photos below and don’t forget to upvote for your favs!
I think the best thing about this picture is the fact that different races are getting on fine.
And kids could be trusted with handling those bottles....
Those people would get a heart attack if they were transported into our time
The Stepford Wives .... need I say more?! LOL
This was when we had to be PERFECTLY groomed for the lord and master to get home
In Spain, it was a SEAT 600. It was a small car, to the spanish people was like the Ford-T to de US-citizens, our first car!!. My mom had got one. We went to the beach, two moms and 4 kids inside, with all the beach materials!. It´s true! I swear
I've shopped there, it's still open in the same location, but modernized of course
A dark page of american History.
Slug bug! 👊
Damn, those hair!
Wow progressive male did the grocery shopping and pushed the pram around....
Ooh I would love to go there. So nice!
While all these people were watching him from outside...
Dang! That guy is handsome :)
It's great u could leave a kid outside. They were disciplined enough to not run away. And at least they wouldn't get kidnapped.
9¢ a lb. for ground beef? That was cheap, even for the 1940's
Where to start here? Traumatized Chihuahuas, girl in bathing suit and... what did Jayne buy?
As a frequent Publix shopper, I know they kept those floors for at least 40 years. Must be durable!
Some things never change...
Oh, look, Tide ! No one knew about it`s nutritional value back then :D
Home is where your Grocery is
Love the curls!
Not so giant now..
I love the wooden crates
Quaker Oats - been around forever
Man, those cans where tough stuff
This one looks so staged....
Looks like a shirt and tights.
"COOKIE PARADE"!!!! That is what I'm calling dessert from now on, no matter what!