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Discussion in 'The Front Parlor' started by Elaina, Sep 27, 2006.
Thanks Edward! A well timed breeze is the key! :-D
Thank you!! I can't speak for any of the other ladies, but I'll be posting more on this thread for sure!
The more the merrier, but the less makes more merry.
I wanted to share my Dorothy bounding I did last month! I opted to bound as the classic 1939 MGM version versus the book versions using only what I had already.
The only true vintage is my red shoes (which you have seen in earlier photos I posted on this thread.) More photos can be seen on my blog -- Vintage Starlet!
It's becoming quite a sad thing to me that the younger generations haven't heard of The Wizard of Oz or the '39 movie! I know as vintage and history lovers many of the who, what, where, when, and whys are rather obscure and many youths may not have heard or learned of them (yet), but not knowing about THIS movie??
Psst... where are my other vintage loving beauties? I'm feeling lonely here!
A question, Ladies!!
Why they renamed Rouge to Blush?? In the 90s, you still said Rouge, right?
Sorry that this thread has gone into dormancy. Was hoping that we were all adult enough to enjoy being who we are, without slipping into judgement or creepiness. Oh, well.
Is that a pistol in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?
The inimitable Mae West.
There's a pin-up and photographic studio in the UK called The Dollhouse. They turn housewives into silver screen stars. It's all smoke and mirrors of course. Careful make up, stylish hair, airbrushed age wrinkles, but even so, the results are amazing.
There's no nudity if you click on the link, but it does show the ladies in sexy underwear.
Those “before and after” photos are remarkable. As I’ve heard several of our middle-aged friends say: “I just want to feel sexy.” And why not? If you feel good about yourself, the world is a happier place.
bada bing bada boom!
Provocative but pricey-took a look at the 'USA' tour charges, ain't cheap.