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One thing that is most striking to people who have never seen belly dancers before is the outfits that are worn during the dance. Description from israeliglc.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Either "Vintage Edwardian Postcard" or Flapper/Belly Dancer/Showgirl", take your pick.

Actress Billie Burke (1884-1970), ca. 1900s. She was later cast as Glinda the Good Witch in The Wizard of Oz

The beautiful Billie Burke, who was so much more than Glenda the Good Witch in her long acting career!

Reard Fashion Show, 1946 - Bikini briefs in the forties were HUGE – and note the structured tops. Models perfect their catwalk struts at the Reard show in 1946.

Reard Fashion Show, 1946 Bikini briefs in the forties were HUGE (no, literally) and always teamed with an, ahem, on-point structured top. These gorgeous models perfect their catwalk struts at the Reard show in 1946

i believe i owe my freedom to this woman.

Alfred Cheney Johnston (April 1885 - Jean Ackerman, Ziegfeld Follies girl… By 1915 Johnston had become one of the two chief photographers working for the most famous theatrical photography.

Taking a smoke break...

Flapper reading newspaper, with cigarette and showing some leg. One of a collection of erotic indoor studies (probably French). In the

(Muriel Finlay by Alfred Cheney Johnston ...)

Ziegfeld girl Muriel Finlay’s body is the most beautiful harbor of pearls. photo by Alfred Cheney Johnston

The Dolly Sisters, flappers, performers, &socialites of the 1920s

Who were the Dolly Sisters? "The Dolly Sisters, twins Rosika (Rose) and Jansci (Jenny) Deutsch, were born in 1892 in Hungary and emigrate.

a love where you can do this no matter how old you get <3 and still be hot for each other.

Do you know how to make a romantic kiss? Or Kiss your lover gently? Just check out these vintage French postcards to see how to kiss romanti.

Maude Fealy

my-little-time-machine: Maude Fealy (Treasured Beauty)

Maude Fealy (March 1883 – November was an American stage and silent film actress whose career survived into the talkie era.

maybe not the first thing in mind when you think of the word 'glamour' but seriously, can true innocent beauty such as this be anything but glamorous?

Once more: The Lady and Her Roses Bygone Beauties - The Lady and Her Roses - vintage photograph

One of my Vintage Images of Children Lovely Gypsy Girl

girl with dulcimer -- Well, this is actually a LUTE she is holding, not a dulcimer.