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Model is wearing a suit with a nipped waist and double-breasted jacket by British designer Simon Massey, December 1949.

A model is wearing a suit with a nipped waist and double-breasted jacket by British designer Simon Massey. Photo by Chaloner Woods/Getty Images

vintage 1950s black + white Parisienne bows dress | www.rococovintage.com

Black and Pink Silk Taffeta My Beautiful Dressing - Yazbukey vintage black + white Parisienne bows dress vintage dress / c.

Free People Knit Hooded Jacket/Sweater Great Free People knit sweater with a hood. Super cute for fall or winter. Free People Jackets & Coats

Free People Knit Hooded Jacket/Sweater Great Free People knit sweater with a…

Regency era dress. Love the low back and the laces; so romantic!

Regency dress (shit, this whiteness makes me feel like I'm about to get married) - CLOTHING

Vintage 1960's Dress // 60's Mam'selle Wiggle | 298.00 from Xtabay Vintage | Click. Image to see more and purchase.

Vintage Dress // Mam'selle Wiggle Dress and Coat with Peter Pan Collar Size 4 NOS. Xtabayvintage on Etsy

Look at this Charcoal

Look at this Charcoal & Black Faux Fur Wool-Blend Coat by LNL Clothing

Evening dress by Lanvin, 1930s

Robe in tulle and black crepe, embroidered with beads forming waves, scratched Jeanne Lanvin, circa 1930

Big Buddha size 8M green canvas wedge boots zip sided buckles #BigBuddha #PlatformsWedges #Casual

Big Buddha size 8M green canvas wedge boots zip sided buckles #BigBuddha #PlatformsWedges #Casual

Dunoon Ceramics Brechin Cathedral mug stoneware made in Scotland

Dunoon Ceramics Brechin Cathedral mug stoneware made in Scotland

Gray green long knitted vintage coat 22% mohair wool, unique vintage; sleeve length from armpit 18"; sleeve starts from neck since there is no separate shoulder seam Jackets & Coats

Gray green long knitted vintage coat

sleeve length from armpit sleeve starts from neck since there is no separate shoulder seam Jackets & Coats

Elizabeth Fraser's tartan wedding gown, c. 1785, though the fabric is probably dated to 1740-60.

From the archive: Isabella MacTavish Fraser's Wedding Dress, wool, Scotland, used continuously by a single family since it was made in last worn in Collection of Inverness Museums & Art Gallery.

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