These Salvation Army Ads Show You How to Erase Your Style Mistakes

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Feb 7, 2013 • References: & adsoftheworld
These Salvation Army ads point out that everyone has a few fashion skeletons in their closet, but you no longer need to keep them hidden in the back of yours.

Advertising agency W/Mccaann in Sao Paulo, Brazil, along with Art Director Carlos Bertuol, have created a series of three advertisements that pertain to different characters trying to get rid of their past lives. One image in these Salvation Army ads features a politician trying to get rid of his old rocker lifestyle clothing while a rocker is erasing his suit and jacket-wearing past. The standout image in this series is of a PETA activist who needs to shed her former fur-wearing ways.

If you're also trying to erase history, take a note from these Salvation Army ads and donate. Stats for Fashion Faux Pas Campaigns Trending: Older & Chilly
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