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Very brave girls – in skirts on bicycles.
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Stylish and unique retro secretary. At that time, everyone could smoke in the workplace.
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Girls attract with their appearance, as well as beautiful and unique swimsuits.
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Sports beauties have fun in the backyard.
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They could have worked as models at a car show.
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Fun time with friends on the beach.
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These girls are like living pieces of art.
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Looking at photos of girls from the 50s and 60s, you can’t help but notice their beautiful legs.
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Flawless even while cycling.
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Incredibly beautiful girls in uniform.
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Bold fashionistas of the late 70s on the streets of the city.
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This is what underwear advertising looked like in the 50s.
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Fresh portion of news right on the beach.
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Beach shooting of the contestants of the first international beauty contest.
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Stockings were an essential item of clothing for every self-respecting woman in the past.
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Girls in a two-piece swimsuit called Atom, created by French fashion designer Jacques Heim.
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Brigitte Bardot’s rooftop photoshoot at 18 years old, 1952.
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Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell – these beauties are familiar to everyone.
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Perfect legs of British actress Charlotte Rampling.
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And not a minute of rest at work for the secretary.
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The sporty style of the 80s is a separate form of art.
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This is the kind of swimsuits that girls were wearing to the beach in the 50s.
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She looks so feminine and mysterious in this photo.
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Stylish stewardesses of the 60s. It’s no wonder this era is called the Golden Age of civil aviation.
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Even at that time, girls were striking interesting poses for their beach photos.
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After all, the 50s were the heyday of femininity.
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Many modern girls envy such a waist.
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Beach fashion of the past century is presented in all its glory.
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Such photos will never lose their relevance.
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Dancers of the 1930s in a street performance.