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Vintage Pin Up

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Plus Size Style Icon is a fashion series inspired by kick-ass women we love in pop culture. They may or may not be plus size themselves but GUESS WHAT? You can wear their look no matter your size because plus women deserve to rock whatever goddamn style they want. So rock it. ROCK IT HARD. If you missed the other Plus-Size Icon Posts... fix that! They include: Ms. Frizzle, Peggy Carter, Miss Fisher (my favorite), Beth Ditto, Felicity Smoak (the Internet's favorite), and Eloise…

Pin-up and Glamour Art, PETER DRIBEN (American, 1902-1968). Pin-Up in a Bikini, BeautyParade magazine cover, October 1947. Acrylic on board. 34... Image #1

PETER DRIBEN (American, 1902-1968) Pin-Up in a Bikini, Beauty Parade magazine cover, October 1947 Acrylic on - Available at 2012 June 27-28 Illustration...

ART FRAHM (American, 1906-1981). Pin-Up in Pink. Oil on canvas | Lot #87402 | Heritage Auctions

ART FRAHM (American, 1906-1981) Pin-Up in Pink Oil on canvas board 25 x 18 in. Signed lower right This piece - Available at 2010 May Signature Illustration...

Researchers Stare at Voluptuous Women and Conclude They Must be Smart

Of all the research that’s out there, of course the New York Post would publish the one that deals with the correlation between hips and IQ level. According to the Post, researchers have figured out why curvier women seem to have higher IQs (more donuts please!) and why men prefer voluptuous women (and it’s not […]

See vintage calendar girls & pin-ups from the '40s & '50s - plus meet artist Gil Elvgren - Click Americana

Through the 40s, 50s & 60s, you'd see a new set of vintage calendar girls & pin-ups in garages, diners and dens each year. Take a look back!

160 Sexy Illustrations Of Hilda: The Forgotten Plus-Size Pin-Up Girl From The 1950s

Though the 1950s have celebrated feminine curves and also gave birth to the pin-up girls, it was still unusual for such an icon to sport a fuller, rounder physique. When the words "pin-up girl" are said, the first thing that comes to mind is most likely Marilyn Monroe. The woman was an icon and her style much defined the pin-up model style. But contrary to the common misconception, she'd be around size 2 of today's standards and nowhere near the alleged size 16. With Marilyn still to this…

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