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    Vintage Illustration -- Ideal measurements for American women from the 1920s

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    » “The American Venus” – The Ideal 1920s Silhouette

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    The early 20th century has the reputation of embracing curvier women, with the supposed "American Venus" based on Miss America 1926's silhouette measured a thin 34, 26.5, 37.5. That's still rather thin, but it's nothing compared to what would come. | The Hypocrisy-Laden History Of Plus-Size Models

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If only I could be kissed with such abandon by a dude wearing loafers and no socks while holding an umbrella and wearing torn knee highs. Maybe at Pitchfork?

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This is an old photograph of a young African American lady posing for the camera on a Winter's day. There is nothing to identify this lady or when or where this photograph was taken. My guess is that this was sometime during the late 1920's or early 1930's.

african-american flapper with fur collar coat. in a word, stunning. #blackbeauty

1920's vacations to Egypt - Don't you love these two? What adventurers they are.

1920s. "Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it." -Confucius. Change the dialogue, change outcome at

Reading flappers. I feel as if there was a whole genre of pinup art that featured a girl dressed conservatively and reading a book with her skirt hiked up. I kind of appreciate it, oddly.

Dress (Tea Gown) Date: 1920s Culture: American Medium: silk, metallic thread

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