6 edition of Fashion"s Frown found in the catalog.
November 12, 1980
by Ivy Books
Written in English
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Flat shoes, sandals, heels and pumps with rounded toes and feminine lines were worn by women in the s. Saddle shoes, white lace up shoes with brown or black leather accents, were also popular for both men and women.
Canvas basketball shoes (high-tops) or black leather oxfords were worn by men. Suede shoes also enjoyed moments of popularity. The Birth-day By Mary Robinson. Here bounds the gaudy, gilded chair, For high-born fools, with frown austere, Condemn the pangs they never know.
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