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    • Phyllis Coppolino

      "Girls clothing from aldens catalog around 1968 - Google Search."

    • Tamera

      Mod shift dresses, 1967.

    • Heidi Hermansen

      This is how Heather's parents wanted her to dress in 1968. She, however, was looking to the changing fashions of the "flower children" of the 60's as a way of "finding herself."

    • Donna Williams

      1960s Minis - My Mother made me a dress very similar to the flower dress.

    • Tiffany Wiggins

      “ Gamble Aldens - 1968 (LOVE these. Especially that green dress with the multi-color buttons) ”

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