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  • Breena D'Auvrecher (Favoredartist)

    If you're going to wear this coat, you need to be riding in a sledge through a winter wonderland ... or filming Dr. Zhivago. Evening coat Shannon Rodgers Date: ca. 1968

  • Rose Bonaventura

    Glamourdaze - Vintage Fashion and Beauty - Community - Google+

  • Hope Rennie

    Shannon Rodgers - c. 1968 - Wool, fur coat - Proportions and generous use of white fox fur, harks back to 1930s glamour - The Metropolitan Museum of Art http://snowboots2015.blogspot.com/ All kinds of colorsfor ugg shoes #ugg#ugg boots#boots#winter boots $85.6-178.99

  • Brenda Youngblood

    Beautiful vintage winter coat.

  • Bethany Walker

    Vintage fur coat

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