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    Late 20's attire (when I was in France in 2001):


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    I love the way you're doing your hair. You remind me a lot of one of my favorite actresses, Barbara Stanwick.
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    Yay! Thanks!

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    ISFP's are the best (= reaction to photo :P btw thanks for sharing with my "how we get crushes" post , Malia)

    Unfortunately I cannot answer this thread, it's too hard for me to pick an era and I still need to explore wayyyyy more in order to find a real preference. In the meantime I'm experimenting with my clothing style ever since about 5 years ago ^ ^

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    Hmm... I kind of like some of the 1980s styles myself. There are also a lot of things I wish I had been around to see in that era. It's where most of my favorite music comes from.

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    Early 1800's for the Empire dress. Combines comfort with class. The most beautiful style of dress to date, imo. Ex:// Pride and Prejudice.
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    I came from the future. Style lost all it's meaning once people discovered they couldn't even move inside their "clothes". So we reverted back to the late noughties' hobos trend of not giving a whut about fashion.

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    That burlap chemise is becoming on you, Sytpg.
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    If I were allowed to have the cloths I wanted, I'd be an abomination.

    I like European clothes from the late 19th century, and East Asian cloths from the 16th and 17th centuries, more a less. But then, I might just throw some industrial boots or something like that. My "fashion" is not really meant for society.
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    60's mod twiggy style


    or 20's style clara bow

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