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Victorian era fanatic, Romantic poetry (and poets) maniac, will commit murder to get my hands on a cravat and top hat. Living in the world of Charlotte Bronte.
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I like those sleeves! (I thought gigot sleeves were 183o’s but it seems they were earlier.”

10 months ago

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