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Jackie Kennedy Style – January 1961

Style embraces the First Lady's look - The spectacle of the First lady and her husband has set hearts racing for many reasons, but Jackie Kennedy fashion

teddy girls - Buscar con Google

teddy girls - british style, created by working class working people / adopted mens wear that had an Edwardian flavor: longer jackets

Camille Clifford, actress and Gibson Girl model. The Gibson Girl was the personification of a feminine ideal as portrayed in the satirical pen and ink illustrated stories created by illustrator Charles Dana Gibson. She was tall, slender yet with ample bosom, hips, and bottom in the S-curve torso shape achieved by wearing a swan-bill corset. Her neck was thin and her hair piled high upon her head in the contemporary bouffant, pompadour, or chignon.

Camille Clifford Edwardian Fashion - The Gibson Girl - became the first century standard of female beauty and style, named after Charles Dana Gibson, a

1920's Fashion

The original poster indicated this was "Lily" and the tags that she was a British actress. -- Such an elegant style, uugh why can't society have this level of class?

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Mi ojo en los 50´s, que preciosas imágenes nos dan los libros.

I love the fur! This is so elegant, the white plan dress really let's the accessories shine. The fur and the necklaces make this design really classy.