What Target Looked Like In 1970

It's no secret that we're Target people. Seriously, don't ask about our curtains or that lacquer tray in our apartment, or we will regale you with the tale of how we picked 'em both up for a song at Tar-zhay — and grabbed a cake-pop maker on our way out the door.
As any Red-head knows, Target's been offering adorable clothes and home goods for more than 50 years — way before its designer collaboration days. And, today, the brand reached into its archives and pulled up a treasure trove of vintage holiday ads. Ready for sassy red, cable-knit turtlenecks and polyester leisure suits? How about Cabbage Patch Kids and vintage Nintendo systems? If those don't grab you, then ONE-CENT COOKIES and Chandler Bing shirts surely will. Click on to The Huffington Post for a maelstrom of vintage holiday nostalgia. Not to mention, sales we'd give our REDCards to shop right now.
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