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dastaanewatan:

A 1970 press ad for a perfume named after Lahore’s historic Shalimar Garden.

dastaanewatan:

A 1970 press ad for a perfume named after Lahore’s historic Shalimar Garden.

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at least they got the hair connection right file under #flywalla 

at least they got the hair connection right file under #flywalla 

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gvoy today 

gvoy today 

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brand-upon-the-brain:

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (Göran Olsson, 2011)

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vintageindianclothing:

The Sari Blouse: 1941-1950

After the sleeveless and puff sleeve blouses of the 1930s as well as styles like butterfly sleeves, the blouse styles of the 1940s are a lot less fitted and often have more than a few details like piping, buttons etc. Soft collars, already seen in the late 1930s, were also popular. You also see a lot of sweetheart necklines (pics 6 and 7) in the latter half of the decade which continued well into the 1950s. Sometimes of course, as in every decade, blouses look very similar to our times (pic 9, right down to the pleated trim on the sleeves).  

By the 1940s, it is increasingly rare to see the pallu draped over the head styling of the sari. 

For sari blouse styles at the beginning of the decade, see Sesh Uttar (X) (1942), towards the end Andaz (1949).  

In the pics: Girls in a Bengal School, 1944; Still from Samsara Nowka, 1948; Suraiya; Debika, 1941; Yashodhara Katju (X), 1943; Varalakshmi, 1948; Madhubala, 1950; Vintage postcard; Nalini Jaywant, 1948; En Kanavar, 1948. 

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nude-soul:

white people

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