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June Smatterings

10 Jul
20

4
 entries

Nostalgic auto shot
   Sent by John N.    


Unidentified parade

Provided by Crinolyn


Sylvia Marie offs this
 bit of nostalgia


Publicity shot of Audrey Hepburn
in her famous Sabrina
gown (1954)



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9 Jul
20

4
 entries

 Surrounded by fluff
   Sent by John N.    


Cheerleader exuberance!
From
Kristi


This fiery image is entitled "rumba"

We'll put it in our dance section


Something that excited us all in The Era, but,
 alas!, younger folks are not that familiar with...
A POX on pantyhose!

From Malcolm in the UK

8 Jul
20

5
 entries

 A lacy Bardot
   Sent by John N.    


Frenetic twirl
Provided by Crinolyn


Girls Aloud
From
Kristi

Another


This gal always looks
so good in sundresses
From Captain Marno 


Stairwell Upskirt

From Sylvia Marie

7 Jul
20

5
 entries

 Pleasant image,
   sent by John N.    


We rarely post 'naked' pettis,
but this one is quite pretty.  However,
without a skirt over it, it loses its impact.

(R) From Ian M.  (L) From Karl K.


Cage crinoline worn during a
small part of the Victorian period

From Kristi


Black and white contrast nicely!
From Captain Marno 


Karl K.:

"Here are two views of a dress by Norman Norell,
about 1955; I wish that someone could put a girl
into them. It also looks like the entire top of the
dress is held up by the bow in the back".


 

6 Jul
20

5
 entries

Collinsville High School, 1959
 Sent by John N.    


Wethinks slight twirl, but could be the wind...

From Sylvia Marie


Swingin'

From Kristi


A delightful Youth picture!
From Captain Marno 


Waiting for the subway, properly attired
From
Malcolm in the UK

5 Jul
20

5
 entries

Nice display.
Notice how the pettis are
layered for maximum fullness.
 Sent by John N.    


Entertainers in The-Era-before-The-Era
The Five Grebnieffs
(It is assumed the other two were men)


Malcolm in the UK
sends this exciting image


Well-posed
From Captain Marno 


Guess the wind got
the better of her!
From Abby Rhodes

4 Jul
20

5
 entries

 

 

               
 


Tucked hems were popular in parts of the 50s,
but experienced a varied revival later on

 Sent by John N.    


Saucy sundress

From Kristi


This unidentified Era-before-The-Era actress is
indicative of the popularity of petticoats among entertainers
 at that time (Good example of this is
Gabrielle Ray).


Jumper reveal
From
Captain Marno 


Torrid dancing!
From Abby Rhodes

3 Jul
20

5
 entries

Singer Karen Morris
at the CMA Awards

 Sent by John N.    


Flourishing her pettis...


Alice in  "Ole!" mode

From her namesake


'Relaxing'...
From
Captain Marno 


Unfurling her Spanish
dance costume

From Abby Rhodes

2 Jul
20

5
 entries

Immense hoop!

 Sent by John N.     
 


Fifties style photo  from  Pond Girl Allison's  (Betty Jane's)
 resurrected pictures
. (See here) - frou cache.


"Sitting pretty..."

From Malcolm in the UK


Encouraging...
From
Captain Marno 

Sundress area


The stronger the
wind
, the better!
From Abby Rhodes

1 Jul
20

5
 entries

Wedding picture of Katherine McPhee,
bride of David Foster


 Sent by John N.       Another
 


GG Sissy
Provided by Crinolyn


Unladylike pose, but worth  the view
(maybe - tulle can be quite boring...)

From Sylvia Marie


Lolita displaying her petti
From
Captain Marno 


The backyard  is a fine
 place to display pettis!
From Abby Rhodes



"How many clouds of scented lace kiss each other under your skirt?"  
                                                                             
C. Govoni (1884-1965)

 
WHEN I SEE...
A fetching lass, enveloped in tulle,
declaring, defining the beauty of Man(kind)
Slim of waist, contours of mystery.
Dark tresses which defy description,
a mantel of the soul.
She leads on, unaware of her uniqueness--
Classic, haunting,
Deep auras of eyes
Deep vibrations from the heart
Deep color of the gentleness of her inner self.
I see jealousy
I see my yearning to take her place
I see, also, my utter, deadening sadness.
Tes Staylace -- July 12, 1992
Update Page Policies
Generally, updates are linked to the appropriate area so you do not have to search for it.  We keep updates for as long as six months,
after which we merge the individual entries into the appropriate areas of the site.  Very rarely is anything discarded.
Pettipond  ALWAYS attributes the source of pictures when possible.  Image contributions should include the source, when possible, so at least the site from which it is taken can posted with it. It makes no sense, and is unfair, to have the same image on the Internet more than once, especially if the site originally posting it doe not at least get the benefit of a link. If an image is not attributed, and later is found to be in violation of copyright laws, it will be removed.
The Pond is FIRSTLY a petticoat/bouffant/crinoline site, and SECONDLY a TG site.  Image contributions are always welcome and appreciated, but our policy is to not post TG images (with the exception of Poufbunny Parlor Pinups and the occasional VERY passable CDer (in our Flash Pinup section).  Please do not be offended - there are many TG sites on the Internet, but only ONE Pond, and we want also to be inviting to GGs and non-TG males who merely appreciate females in petticoats!
Pettipond Reflections response additions will NOT be listed in this area.


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