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Simi Moncreiffe Jul 13
The rave was interesting, found out about a few new shops from some of the people there for
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Sarah Tillane Jul 13
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Gotta love the Moya Jul 13
Everything he wears looks good on him, dang it 😍😂
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SilentRevue Jul 6
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Simi Moncreiffe Jul 6
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thaathappysoul🤗😉 Jul 13
Don't let people's compliments get to your head... and don't let their criticism get to your heart...
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F&T at Bowes Museum Jul 13
Dress of purple silk with a fitted bodice, high waistline, and narrow shoulders. Made by a travelling tailor in 1837-8.
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Sarah Tillane Jul 13
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Anne of Green Gables Jul 6
, here's my favourite Anne of Green Gables ! What's yours?
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Littleplanet.Boutique Jul 13
We are now closed for the day. Thanks so much for all our customers that came for the 1st day of our first weekend fashion roll out. Have a lovely weekend. We are open tomorrow from 09:30 - 1900. Good night all.
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Beyond Yoga Ottawa Jul 13
Summer inspirations!...
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Sinead Davies Jul 13
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TCM Jul 6
For the THE LADY EVE ('41), Edith Head compensated for Barbara Stanwyck's long waist and low-slung rear by building her skirts high on her waist. She felt Stanwyck's long waist was actually an asset and made her look more elegant
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The Civil War Monitor Jul 13
Who am I? Can you name the Union officer who sported this impressive bit of facial hair? Hint: He's an Englishman who for a time commanded a NJ cavalry regiment and was wounded in the leg at Brandy Station.
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EVA UK Jul 13
There is nothing basic about this gorgeous lingerie set. The flirty lace keeps it feminine whilst the detail gives it a subtle edge.
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The Civil War Monitor Jul 6
Who am I? Can you name this Confederate officer, who, in the words of one historian, was "strikingly handsome," his "dark mustache and goatee" (pictured here) making him resemble "Napoleon III, then ruler of France."
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Dominique Revue Jul 13
If you're going to do ... Be Fashion Friday. THE OPPOSITE SEX (1956) I don't deny I'm not a fan of the remake itself, personally prefer THE WOMEN (1939), but the gowns by Helen Rose throughout are Goals ... .
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Jenny Taft Jul 13
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BeeGeesLove_4649 Jul 6
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SilentRevue Jul 13
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