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Pure beauty. Notice she doesn't have absurdly high cheek-bones or perfect eyebrows, yet she is gorgeous because she knows true pain.

Totally glamorous. Back when girls were allowed to have big, bodacious legs.

"The Lady & Her Roses by The Nite Tripper, via Flickr" circa 1880-1900

Back then they didn't need the Kentucky Derby to wear fabulous hats!

Miss Lily Elsie (1886-1962) was a celebrated Edwardian beauty and star of theater, especially of musical comedy – with “The Merry Widow” as her first huge success. She was a favorite of many, such as the prime minister Lloyd George, and it is reputed that Cecil Beaton’s facination with her was the driving force in his interest in fashion, costume and photographic portraiture.

I'm particularly entranced by the curve of her arm, and the curl of her fingers on her right hand. And of course, the hair. Gorgeous, gorgeous.

Lina Cavaliere, 1910s - an Italian operatic soprano and celebrated beauty -- beautiful details on the gown.

Lovee this, just can't do the no back thing. The life of a big boober. :/ But stunning and perfect for girls who can go backless!