The Philadelphia Inquirer: Power Elegance

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The Philadelphia Inquirer: Power Elegance

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by Elizabeth Wellington

Contemporary women’s style is taking its cues this fall from the late 1950s and early ’60s – the country’s most well-tailored and fiercely feminine era in fashion. But this time around, women are donning ruffled blouses, mid-calf pencil skirts, and bateau-neck shifts – with contrasting gloves – without having to deal with the economic and social restraints that once kept them powerless.

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