Most Handsome, Best Dressed, Most Popular, Best Legs – Yearbook “Class Favorites” From The 1970s – Design You Trust

Most Handsome, Best Dressed, Most Popular, Best Legs – Yearbook “Class Favorites” From The 1970s

Perhaps the best part of a yearbook is awards section spotlighting the students voted “most likely to succeed”, “best dressed”, “most handsome”, etc. They’re especially interesting to look back on forty years later. We can take note of what passed for “best looking” in those days, and enjoy the fashions, haircuts, and other nostalgic goodies that come from these popularity contest portions of every American yearbook.

We’ll stick to “couples” in this round – male and female students from the 1970s who somehow managed to get voted in for some manner of “best” or “most” award. The last names have been removed – but otherwise untouched. Let’s have a look…

h/t: flashbak

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