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  • Vickie Gallup

    Red, white and blue were popular colors and of course we wore knee socks all the time

  • Tiểu Đào

    In 1960s, new square toe chunky high heel or flat were everywhere and the colorful stoking completed the look with the short skirt which showed more leg.

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