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Great reminder! (And a bit of a guilt trip...)

17 Things Girls Need from their Mothers I love this! I'm reading it with my 5 month old daughter asleep in my arms and am tearing up. I love being her mom and look forward to all the memories ahead. These are good things to remember as she grows up.

Such a beautiful baby girl!

~ Oh, how totally Precious, Adorable and Beautiful ~ Sweet Little Vintage Angel ~ ♥ By Maria Elena Lopez

Camilla Antoinette Clifford (29 June 1885 – 28 June 1971) was a Belgian-born stage actress and the most famous model for the "Gibson Girl" illustrations. Her towering coiffure and hourglass figure defined the Gibson Girl style.

That hat though.Camilla Antoinette Clifford June 1885 – 28 June was a Belgian-born stage actress and the most famous model for the "Gibson Girl" illustrations. Her towering coiffure and hourglass figure defined the Gibson Girl style.

The world famous cabaret act THE DOLLY SISTERS 1921. Jenny & Rosie Dolly wearing Lucile gowns in The League of Notions Revue. From the fabulous book Retro Fashion : The Way We Were by Lucinda Gosling. 2015 (minkshmink)

The world famous cabaret act The Dolly Sisters Jenny & Rosie Dolly wearing Lucile gowns in The League of Notions Revue. From the fabulous book Retro Fashion : The Way We Were by Lucinda Gosling.

Cleo de Merode, fashion icon, early 1900's, famous french dancer during the belle epoque as well as model for Alexandre Falguière's "The Dancer".

historyincolour: “ Evelyn Laye - 1900 - 1996 Coloured by History in Colour Evelyn Laye, CBE was an English theatre and musical film actress, who was active on the London light opera stage.

1920's Fashion

fashion consultant: Joan Crawford - Photographed from 1920 to 1930 talking about modern and vintage fashion style

Ziegfeld Follies girl with hula hoop, c.1928 (b/w photo)

A hottie hooper from way back in the day, before Hula Hoops were being mass produced. I wonder if she was a hoop performer or if the hoop was just a prop.

Gibson girl (Charles Dana Gibson late century in US and Canada). Appeared in the late century drew female beauty and represented beautiful American girls. Women with large bust and hips, waterfall curly hair pined-up loosely.

Faith Bacon - 1920's. Faith Bacon (1909/10-1956), "the most beautiful woman in the world" (according to Florenz Ziegfeld), pin up  model, strip tease artist, vaudville and screen actress and the supposed inventor of the fan dance, Faith Bacon. She began her career in Maurice Chevalier's Paris revue and died in a tragic suicide, jumping out of a window in downtown Chicago.

Category: Social -Faith Bacon, burlesque dancer and actress, billed as "America's Most Beautiful Dancer", performer, Ziegfeld Follies Entertainment to distract America from the bad things in life.

Ziegfeld Girls / Myrna Darby,,,Darby died at the tender age of 21, allegedly from a broken heart after her engagement to a fur baron had been called off. Another theory implied a sunstroke-induced heart infection, having received a severe sunburn while touring Europe. Ziegfeld and the Follies girls attended the funeral and “the whole chorus wept until all makeup was washed away”.

Ziegfeld Girl: Myrna Darby ~ Performed in Ziegfeld's musicals" No Foolin'" "Rio Rita" "Rosalie" and "Whoopee" – Also performed in The Ziegfeld Follies of 1925 and Photo: Alfred Cheney Johnston.

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