My '1950'S' Mother - My Role Model.
From my earliest memories, and I can see her now, my mother, in all her elegance. Her hair, full, soft, bouncy. My '1950's' mother, always wore a corset or girdle, she always wore stockings. My '1950's' mother always wore high heels, and blouses through which you could see her bra, and a modest amount of breast. I grew up to be a woman who loves the same clothes my mother wore, that, as I matured, I wore, on her insistence. Corsets - no wonder I have a small waist having had to wear one from 11 years onward. Girdles - if I wasn't wearing a corset I was wearing a girdle - but - I always had to wear stockings. My mother was a very feminine woman, and, I am a very feminine woman. My son is now a feminine girl. My '1950's' mother didn't like women who were 'common' (ladies who were not feminine) - I do not like modern 'fashion' for, indeed, it is not feminine. My mother was my role model - she taught me, she loved me, she wanted me to be a LADY. I never did marry a Prince.