“In the 1860s P. T. Barnum exhibited women as Circassian beauties. They wore a distinctive hair style, which had no precedent in earlier portrayals of Circassians, but was soon copied by other performers, known as “moss haired girls”. “These were typically presented Turkish sexual slaves who had escaped the harem for freedom in America. “Their distinctive hairstyle were held in place by the use of beer.” - Wikipedia
Photo Todd Burris Polka dot – 1994
Dramatic whimsical pleated chiffon layered bell sleeves dress bodycon black
gypsy caravan girl - I could live in a wagon / trailer / thing... as long as it was cute and it had room for my hats. I HATE staying in one place all year... and I don't mean just taking vacays. My husband just bought a bigger truck, so I may end up with a little Airstream yet.