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07/17/2013 08:30 am ET Updated Jul 17, 2013

Vintage Tupperware Ad Shows Food Storage Used To Be Way More Stylish (PHOTO)

Alright, so your definition of "stylish" may vary from mine, which sits squarely on the midcentury end of the spectrum. But you have to admit that the rainbow of pastel containers in this vintage Tupperware ad is certainly better than the utilitarian options out now.

Tupperware advertisement featuring a Joe Steinmetz photograph

Flickr photo via Florida Memory

At the very least, maybe I wouldn't lose the damn lids so often.

P.s. "The Nicest Thing That Could Happen To Your Ketchup" wasn't your best work, Don Draper.

Not all vintage ads were quite as charming.

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