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vintagefashionandbeauty:

Sea Nymph swimsuit ad, 1954. (♥)

vintagefashionandbeauty:

Sea Nymph swimsuit ad, 1954. (♥)

vintagefashionandbeauty:

Red lipstick by Dorothy Gray, c. 1940s. (♥)

vintagefashionandbeauty:

Red lipstick by Dorothy Gray, c. 1940s. (♥)

in-love-with-old-hollywood:

Katharine Hepburn photographed for ‘the philadelphia story’ 1940

vintagefashionandbeauty:

Young women’s dresses in the Sears catalog, 1940. (♥)

vintagefashionandbeauty:

Young women’s dresses in the Sears catalog, 1940. (♥)

calumet412:

Female steel workers at US Steel, South Works, 1941, Chicago.

calumet412:

Female steel workers at US Steel, South Works, 1941, Chicago.

forties-fifties-sixties-love:

High school boy and girl in their Cadet Corps uniforms

I want to be there.

forties-fifties-sixties-love:

High school boy and girl in their Cadet Corps uniforms

I want to be there.

#ss from the other Sunday. 🌞

#ss from the other Sunday. 🌞

earlybirdlouis:

It’s really frustrating to see comments like ”it’s only a joke” or that ”he’s just being quirky” and not leaving any room for other options like maybe, just maybe the reason why Harry wears women’s shorts is part of his gender expression. Why do they have to be so adamant? Does it make them uncomfortable or what? Harry is out there not caring about gender norms and yet some people feel the need to confine him with them. 

(via jointlit)

fictional boys

cassandraclare:

I’m not sure if you have a boyfriend/husband but if you don’t.. Does writing about make characters such as Jace, Will, Jem, Alec, Simon and so on give you high expectations of when looking for guys? Or do you think it gives other people high expectations? Maybe their qualities are what you found…

(Source: sstyls, via one-harrystyles)

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