Vintage fashion style silk bias cut white dress halter glamour evening gown Carole Lombard, 1930s.  They just knew how to wear their satin in the 20's and 30's, didn't they?

Vintage fashion style silk bias cut white dress halter glamour evening gown Carole Lombard, They just knew how to wear their satin in the and didn't they?

Carole Lombard, 1933. A smokey blonde/ very smart intelligent women who was always showing off her sexuality differently i.e covered up clothes, wasn't the type of sexy symbol who expressed a lot of flesh.

Carole Lombard Born: Jane Alice Peters October 1908 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA Died: January 1942 (age in Table Rock Mountain, Nevada, USA Height: m)

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Today, on October the the great and beautiful actress famous for screwball comedies, Carole Lombard was born.

Carole Lombard (1908 -1942) was an American actress. She was particularly noted for her comedic roles in several classic films of the 1930s, most notably in the 1936 film My Man Godfrey. She is listed as one of the American Film Institute's greatest stars of all time and was the highest-paid star in Hollywood in the late 1930s, earning around US$500,000 per year (more than five times the salary of the US President). Lombard's career was cut short when she died at the age of 33 in a flight…

Carole Lombard was one of Hollywood's top stars in the – and for a time, she was the highest-paid of all actors. We remember Lombard's life today as well as the lives of other notable people who were born this day in history.

Beautiful blonde actress Carole Lombard sporting a chic silk lounge wear look during the 1930s.

Carole Lombard (October 1908 – January was an American film actress. She was particularly noted for her energetic, often off-beat roles in the screwball comedies of the She was the highest-paid star in Hollywood in the late

Carole Lombard, RARE PIX VINTAGE ACTRESSES

RARE PIX VINTAGE ACTRESSES

Necklines were lowered while torsos were sensuously molded beneath squared shoulders. Dress waists returned to the natural waistline. Constance Bennett 1935 - Photo by George Hurrell

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