Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
1920 THE GOLDEN STATE – MODEL NELL MCKIBBEN WEIGHS BAGS OF CALIFORNIA WALNUTS
1930 – A NIGHT OUT AT THE NEW COTTON CLUB – CHANTEUSE AURORA GREELEY
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Fragile, beautiful, phenomenal.
The Perfumed Dandy
Why, hello there! I like the headscarf. Ah, The Front Page…even better as His Girl Friday. 🙂
I just cannot get enough of 20s fashion.I know now that I am a man born out of his true time.
You have taste, Edward, taste! There are various eras styles that appeal to me. Particularly those fashions that helped women look even more spectacular! Oh, and of course there are the men’s styles that I envy… Now, where did I put those pantaloons? 🙂
By er George you have hit the nail on the head-I have taste.As a matter of fact I think I have and fortunately grew up in an artistic family which helped.Part of it is a romantic element as well.Hard to see some woman dressed in a teeshirt carrying a logo or a stupidly rude comment as presenting herself in a romantic light.
I like some of the dark romance of some Goth clothes as well but not by any means all of it.Like the ethnic,hippie,boho looks as well.
Hope you find those elusive pantaloons.Lord knows where I put them but I am missing my best dress coat and spats.I really must talk to my manservant.
I’m stealing this look for my next cocktail party. I mean it. Adorable!
Yes adorable for sure.Post picture.
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