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Classically Parisian - red beret, striped top, dark jeans and cigarette in hand.

Clothing in American suburbia after WWII (late 1940s – 1950s): Teenagers in the 1950s developing their own new look that defined the difference in adolescence and maturity.

This is the chic style that was presented in the as ladies rode on their bicycles in style! The loose curls in their hair were common at the time, as well as the headbands.

1950’s.

Timeless Classic Beauty Evelyn Tripp wearing khaki beige pants with built-in belt with boned camisole in matching cotton gabardine and a shirt of transparent white organdy, all by Loomtogs, gilt bracelets by Bergere, flat mules by Capezio, 1953

1940's Fashion cô gái mặc short ngắn mix với áo phông áo sơ mi rất trendy

Photo (UNIQUE VINTAGE)

Picture provided by UNIQUE VINTAGE; anyone else see the irony in this lovely old picture of the bathing beauties---> Eat ice cream and YOU TOO will be skinny. But love the picture just the same!

1950's Vogue

Black and white and a touch-up of red. Photography John Rawlings for Vogue 1950

Old school pin up chicks have the style and beauty I want to harness. They aren't BONE-thin, but are still sexy. They are stylish, no matter what they are doing or wearing. Gotta keep it girly and sexy. I need to throw away the men's clothes i wear sometimes   =-)

Rolf Armstrong "As American as Apple Pie" Vintage Pin Up Girl Illustration

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