Fashion isn't something that comes to mind when you think about the post office, but the U.S. Postal Service has teamed up with clothing retailer Forever 21 on a fashion collection. The officially-licensed clothes in the "Forever 21 X USPS" collection use Postal Service logos from the 1970s through the '90s, and well as things like packing slips and receipts for decorations. The items include jackets, shorts, jogging pants and tops. The Postal Service told Fox News that the collection has two main goals for them, bringing in money to help deal with their ongoing financial problems, and keeping the Postal Service relevant for younger generations by building "brand awareness." One item, a polyvinyl clutch, has already sold out online.
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