1940’s Lovely Pics

Just came across these gorgeous photos from the 1940’s. What do you think? Which one is your favorite and why?


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  1. I’m loving the first photo… because you can see the room as well as the fabulous dress… 2-die-4!!!

  2. Hi Kori! I HAD to comment on this one ;) I love picture number 2. All women should be “vain” ;). We need to use what we have to look the best we can at all times! But Oh, to look like her doing it. :) Beautiful pics, number 1 is stunning, love the polka dot dress and that bow, WOW!

  3. Lovely! What I wouldn’t do to live in the 40’s (well minus the whole war thing ) I love to pick my grandmother’s brain about being a teenager in that era! Have a great week!

  4. I love the second one because the hairstyles are gorgeous and not unlike how I’m wearing my hair for my wedding next week!

  5. Ahhh tough choice. I love the first one because it’s so elegant. However, the third image conjures something in my soul … it reminds me of my grandmother. I remember pictures of her in dresses of that length and shoes of that type.

  6. They all have an appeal, but I like the second one. So many reflections of the same pose, and just look at her hairdo. It’s amazing.

  7. I can so-o-o-o remember my Grandmother never leaving the house, even to go grocery shopping, without a hat & gloves. The 1950’s ((IMO)) were the last decade of femininity……
    I love all these pics. They just enhance my point!!
    Great post!!

  8. I just love these vintage images, especially the first one, something about the polka-dot dress!! I use a lot of them on my blog and I always get great comments about them.

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