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      Meredith
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      Registered On: November 27, 2017
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      I love the 1930s and 40s Hollywood glam. The silk lingerie is gorgeous as are the dresses and heels. That said, I dress who I am with jeans, shorter skirts and usually bare feet.

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      Amy Catrelle
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      Registered On: January 2, 2022
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      The 50s are a definite influence on me, especially the underwear, but any of the early Hollywood glamour would suit me. I’m most in love with the goth look which adapts many historical looks including Victorian styles of course, and similar to that is the burlesque dress of the Hollywood western saloon girls; I really should purchase a corset and flowing hi-low skirt!

      It’s a good job I’m not out and about though – with my ideas of feminine style I’d never stand a chance of blending in. x

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      Lauren Mugnaia
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      I’m with Emily on this, I am a trans woman, legally a female in today’s world with today’s fashions. So I live in the here and now. There are so many very pretty tops, skirts, coats, jackets, dresses, scarfs, purses and shoes, quite enough to keep me very happy! One of the nice things about women’s fashions nowadays is there really isn’t a specific age appropriate style anymore, if you like it, wear it and enjoy!

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      Ms. Lauren M

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      Astrid Lenore
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      Think I’d have to go somewhere in the Renaissance-Victorian era.  All those lovely big gowns, hoop skirts and bustles… utterly impractical but utterly feminine!

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      Emily Alt
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      Registered On: August 24, 2019
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      I live in the here and now.  That’s as much out of necessity as preference.  Keeping up with contemporary style matters. Rock & Roll is my biggest influence.  I’m a rock chick at heart.  Love anything that’s edgy and a little rebellious.

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      Angela Booth
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      I would go along with your choice Sarah, The era was of very feminine clothes and beautiful underwear. Even doing the cooking was glamorous!

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