Pin Up Girls - Then & Breviloquent

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It's hard to imagine now, in the age of the Internet, that once upon a time, in the '40s, '50s, '60s and '70s, pin-up models were the subject of many men's fantasies. These vintage pinups could be could be seen adorned on the walls of many men. Hence the name pin-up because you could display these photos wherever you'd like. Pin-up models consisted of glamour models, fashion models, and even famous actresses. These photos were seen in publications like magazines or newspapers, or were images from postcards or chromo-lithographs, and even on calendars. Pin-up models were idealized versions of what a particular time period would think would be its optimal beautiful woman. While pin-ups started at the end of the 19th century, they didn't rise to prominence until the '40s.

Inspired by those gorgeous women Breviloquet's present day version of the theme is not a comparison but an inspiration of the era gone. A concoction of all those years, we have our PIN UP girl trying a leg at it. Adding to the vintage look are these sassy statement earrings by TI Couture. Pair them with just any outfit and they'll do justice to your style quotient.

On Devyani : TI Couture statement earrings, Stalk But Love peplum top, Forever 21 skirt, Marlschuz heels, Royal Plum Lennons. 
 Pictures and creative direction  by Ankit Mathur and Anchal
Make up by Urbanista
Editing and post production by Devyani 




Shop Here : TI Couture

Devyani kapoor - Chief poser and creative director of Breviloquent, Devyani lives her life in Black and white with no shade of Grey. A cat lady and a lover of all things vintage, she likes to solo travel and meet new stories and share them while downing coffee and cake.

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