the hair, the makeup, the styling, love it!

the old crowd

Its pay weekend so grab your besties and go cause some trouble. We’re taking inspiration from some key badass girl gangs.

misterpeace:  goldengirlinasquared:  gabby-loves-old-men:  thenewyardbirds:  heatheraleeza:  Teddy Girl series by Ken Russell, 1955

"Always in style (even today!) Love the hair, too!" Teddy Girl series by Ken Russell, 1955 vintage style fashion retro street found girl in cigarette pants loafers sweater hair

Teddy Girls for Oyster Mag by Liz Ham

Teddy Girls for Oyster Mag by Liz Ham

The Last of the Teddy Girls, Photography by Ken Russell, - The Teddy Boys and Girls originated from then working-class areas in East or West London, areas still bearing the wounds of the war with still-to-be rebuilt bombsites punctuating their areas.

Teds at The Castle, London by Chris Steele-Perkins, mid 1970s

Second generation of Teddy Boys / Teds at The Castle, London by Chris Steele-Perkins, mid

Lea Seydoux Loves Blue, Lensed By Craig McDean For W Magazine October 2013 - 3 Sensual Fashion Editorials | Art Exhibits - Anne of Carversville Women's News

Lea Seydoux Loves Blue, Lensed By Craig McDean For W Magazine October 2013

I am not-so-subtly obsessed with the Edwardian-influenced, tough chic of the Teddy girls. They all look like would kick your ass and then reapply their lip...

FASHION OBSESSION: 1950s Teddy Girls (and Boys)

teddy girls - british style, created by working class working people / adopted mens wear that had an Edwardian flavor: longer jackets

I want this teddy girl hair style

LOVE her hairstyle French Twist side twist. Twist then braid!

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8 Makeup Looks That Make Freckles Look Amazing

Candice Swanepoel adorable [freshly on board] olivia lefebre @ img models paris ('development' division)

14 year old Jean Rayner surrounded by young aspiring Teddy Boys on a bombsite, January 1955

Photo Gallery: Tough, Stylish Teddy Girls of the 1950s

girls-will-be-boys: 14 year old Jean Rayner surrounded by young aspiring teddy boys on a bombsite, London, January Photographed by Ken Russell

Teddy Girl

Teddy Girl This style just reminds me of the teddy boy style. This is the female version of that. It pulls influences from the teddy boy style which is a reflection of the Edwardian style of clothing.

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