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We are lucky to live in a world where pretty much anything goes, fashion-wise. It means that people can express themselves in all kinds of ways through clothing. But that doesn’t mean that everything is still very popular. One thing that’s fallen out of favor? The full and fantastic skirts of the 1950s. While you...

15 Fabulous ’50s Skirts To Make You Long For The Days Of Glamorous Vintage Fashion

15 Fabulous Skirts To Make You Long For The Days Of Glamorous Vintage Fashion

This is a Debbie Reynolds dance costume worn by her in the MGM musical "Give a Girl A Break". The gown was designed by Helen Rose in 1953. The dance costume consist of a yellow chiffon top and cream chiffon skirt with multiple ruffled layers of underskirt. The gown is used in a dance sequence with the legendary dancer and choreographer Bob Fossee.

This is a Debbie Reynolds dance costume worn by her in the MGM musical "Give a Girl A Break". The gown was designed by the wonderful Helen Rose in

Glamour - October 1959 by Sante Forlano. Model with dogs on leash, wearing knitted dress by Anne Fogarty , velvet hat by Emme, and alligator bag by Lucille.

A Model Wearing An Anne Fogarty Dress by Sante Forlano

Glamour - October 1959 by Sante Forlano. Model with dogs on leash, wearing knitted dress by Anne Fogarty , velvet hat by Emme, and alligator bag by Lucille. I freakin need some thick nylons.

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