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A Girl, A Gown and a Goal

Since I was a little girl, I have always swooned over dresses. Probably the first was the sweepingly glamorous satin gown Deborah Kerr wore in The King and I. It draped off her shoulders, hugged her waist and as she … Continue reading

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