Glamour and Style

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Fashion, Portrait, Styled Shoot

The Second World War left women craving for glamour, style and swathes of fabric where scraps of material had once existed.  Dior’s full skirted and waisted designs fulfilled all the early dreams of the feminine woman in the early 50’s.  As a new, more liberated society evolved, women moved toward freer more relaxed clothes and began the move away from the dress rules and associated formality of decades.  Excerpt taken from 1950’s Fashion Conclusion.

Click the following links for Fabulous Fifties, Little Red Hat, Cat’s Eye Glasses, 50’s Inspired Shoot.
Designer: Jennifer Bell of Discarded Couture
Hair & Makeup: Erin Bradley of Beauty & Style by Erin Bradley
Model: Amanda Könn of Coultish Management
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