I was born in 1961. My father supported our family with a retail clothing business specializing in "Clothes for the man who works." He also sold uniforms for working class men. As a boy, I helped him periodically; and I remember in the early '70s, that welders, carpenters, plumbers, gas station attendants, mechanics, and a myriad of other working class jobs still had sharp looking uniforms and specialized attire that suited their vocations.
Working class men didn't wear jeans, farmers and carpenters being the exception. In fact most companies forbade it! (We even had boxes of bow ties, and neckties, but by the '70s the revolution had seen to it that ties were seldom part of the working man's attire.)
By the late '70s his thriving business was going broke. The revolution helped destroy that whole trade.
It's a shame that the dignity of a working class job has been reduced in this way.
God bless you in the fight,