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  • Marie-louise Nielsen

    Dior 1955 #retro #partydress #romantic #feminine #fashion #vintage #designer #classic #dress #highendvintage find more women fashion ideas on www.misspool.com

  • Susan John

    Wedding Gown, 1955 Wedding gown worn by Jane Easter when she married John William Straub, 1955. Sold at Marshall Field & Co. This piece is part of the Chicago History Museum exhibition I Do! Chicago Ties the Knot. The exhibition explores an array of wedding traditions through costume, and how some of those traditions were standardized by Chicago retailers to create the wedding industry we know today.

  • Michelle Luanne

    Purple gown | Worn by Jane Easter when she married John William Straub, 1955 | Christian Dior // Marshall Field & Company Bridal Salon // Chicago History Museum

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