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I had the impression that the Victorian Era was one of upper class for the majority of people, but nothing is further from the truth ...

Corset's synched a little to narrow in my opinion, but apart from that it's gorgeous

from Mail Online

By Helen Pow

The Cotton Club, pictured, was a famous jazz music night club located in Harlem, New York City, and operated from 1923 to 1940

from British Vogue

Christian Dior

Christian Dior's New Look, 1947. As a reaction to the rationing of World War II the new look, using many metres of fabric, came into fashion. It was a return to the classic feminine shape, emphasising the bust and hips, with a tiny waist. I love how glamorous this looks with the tiny jacket and voluminous skirt.

Dior-1950s chiếc váy xòe với vòng eo nhỏ trong bộ sưu tập nổi đình đám của christian dior - NEW LOOK . với chất liệu cao cấp hơn nữa không thể thiếu đôi găng tay dài cùng màu với váy làm tôn len sự quý phái của người mặc

SAUL LEITER: Untitled. New York. Leiter never strayed from his LES residence, and he took amazing photos of NY in that fascinating post war era.

Disco balls at Studio 54. Party inspiration for Matthew Williamson. Click to shop party looks.

from Etsy

retro vintage beware pickpockets and loose women sign vintage New Orleans rockabilly decor

retro vintage beware pickpockets and loose by buckaroosmercantile, $9.95

Formal Gown, Norman Hartnell: 1953, lamé, lace