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"Feeling Gold" by highfashionfiles ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring (+) PEOPLE, Rick Owens, Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, Versus, Giuseppe Zanotti and Kendra Scott

"Feeling Gold" by highfashionfiles ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring (+) PEOPLE, Rick Owens, Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, Versus, Giuseppe Zanotti and Kendra Scott

Red Shorts, White Crochet Tank, Denim Jacket, Cork Wedges, White Jewels, Tote Bag, J.Crew, Old Navy, C. Wonder, Banana Republic:

Red Shorts, White Crochet Tank, Denim Jacket, Cork Wedges, White Jewels, Tote Bag, J.Crew, Old Navy, C. Wonder, Banana Republic:

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"XXX" by highfashionfiles ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Balmain, Schutz, Givenchy and Phyllis + Rosie

"XXX" by highfashionfiles ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Balmain, Schutz, Givenchy and Phyllis + Rosie

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Casual work Look by highfashionfiles

Created by Coco Chanel, The “little black dress” appeared for the first time in the American Vogue Magazine in 1926. Simple, classic and elegant, it is considered essential to a complete wardrobe by many women and fashion observers.  Before the 1920s, black was often reserved for periods of mourning and considered indecent when worn outside such circumstances. But Coco Chanel succeeded in making this outfit the most popular one by making it accessible for women of all social classes.

Created by Coco Chanel, The “little black dress” appeared for the first time in the American Vogue Magazine in 1926. Simple, classic and elegant, it is considered essential to a complete wardrobe by many women and fashion observers. Before the 1920s, black was often reserved for periods of mourning and considered indecent when worn outside such circumstances. But Coco Chanel succeeded in making this outfit the most popular one by making it accessible for women of all social classes.

After Alberta Ferretti - The Sartorialist

After Alberta Ferretti - The Sartorialist

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