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Valeria Perojo Frias, born in Pinar del Rio, Cuba in Photo circa Via The Sartorialist: This is my beautiful mother, Valeria Per.

I will never completely get over slicked back blonde hair and cut glass cheekbones.

On the Street…..Les Tuileries, Paris (The Sartorialist)

Submitted by Sam. C to The Sartorialist:  ‘My great-grandmother Nina West (right) and her sister at a beach near a naval base where my great-grandfather was stationed during WWII.’ vintage fashions style found photo street beach wear wide leg pants halter tops hats 40s war era

Vintage: during World War II (Vintage pic from the Sartorialist): crop tops and wide leg pants then.

Southern California, two gals dress for working in the garden in1940s.  I like the distinctive head wraps that the women used to keep their hair clean and tie it back out of their faces.

This photo of my mother-in-law and her best friend was taken in the San Bernardino mountains of Southern California, very near the town of Big Bear in the early -Nancy From The Sartorialist

An Unknown Family of Style, via The Sartorialist.  The pictures were found in a box purchased at the Chelsea Flea Market.

An Unknown Family of Style, via The Sartorialist. The pictures were found in a box purchased at the Chelsea Flea Market.

Valeria Perojo Frias, born in Pinar del Rio, Cuba in 1926. Photo circa 1940s. This is one of the first pictures I shared on VBG, found via Scott Schuman’s fantastic blog, The Sartorialist. It was submitted by Ms. Frias’s daughter, Ena Frias, and she provided this description to The Sartorialist:"This is my beautiful mother, Valeria Perojo Frias, born in Pinar del Rio, Cuba on March 23, 1926. This photograph was taken sometime in the mid to late 1940’s. I believe she was at a christening of a…

Valeria Perojo Frias, born in Pinar del Rio, Cuba in Photo circa Via The Sartorialist: This is my beautiful mother, Valeria Per.

Historical photos preserving moments of sass don’t get any better than this.  Circa 1940 in Yakima, Washington

Eatmore, Vintage photos « The Sartorialist. "The sassy woman in the saddle shoes is my grandma Lois. This photograph was probably taken in the in Yakima Washington. Lois always spoke her mind and was sharp as a whip.

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