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Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

I think we need something a little more upbeat today after the last 2 days of stories about concentration camp guards, what could be more light-hearted than playing dress-up with Brigitte Bardot?

I sent out a call for vintage stores to send in their best Bardot-style vintage outfits and this is what they came up with. Trés chic, non?

Also, who should we dress up next week..? Answers on a postcard please*! As always, if you’d like to know more about any of the items just click on the photo!

*by that I mean leave a comment in the box at the bottom of the page

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

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Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

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Original photo of Brigitte Bardot source and copyright: This work is in the public domain in that it was published in the United States between 1923 and 1977 and without a copyright notice

2 thoughts on “Vintage Paper Dolls: Brigitte Bardot

  1. Emma Sommerfeld

    I just recently learned that Brigitte Bardot had a kind of role model for her style – a Young Girl painted by Picasso – look for Sylvette David and see her blonde ponytail look – it’s stunning!

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