“Grief is a most peculiar thing; we’re so helpless in the face of it. It’s like a window that will simply open of its own accord. The room grows cold, and we can do nothing but shiver. But it opens a little less each time, and a little less; and one day we wonder what has become of it.” ― Arthur Golden, Memoirs of a Geisha Jackie Kennedy, American History, Husband Jfk, Saddest Faces, Jfk S Funeral, Jacqueline Kennedy, Jfk I, Funeral 1963, Husband Funeral
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By the time she became Mrs John F Kennedy in 1953 she had already become a fashion icon to women all over the world. Her chic and timeless voluminous ivory silk taffeta gown, by Ann Lowe, affirmed her status. A portrait neckline and wide, embellished skirt emphasized Jackie’s small waist, and an heirloom lace Juliet veil, which originally belonged to her grandmother, completed the super-romantic ensemble
Jacqueline Bouvier wedding day 1953 (©Lisa Larsen) I love this because of the natural "separation" between boys and girls that always happens at weddings but is never captured so obviously or perfectly!!