Monday, March 10, 2014

Ines loves Elizabeth Taylor...

Elizabeth Taylor is perhaps one of the most recognized names in American film history as well as in the fashion industry. Both in 1932, Taylor was recognized throughout her illustrious film career for her acting ability, glamour, elegance, and beautiful violet eyes.

Elizabeth Taylor was an actress of Hollywood's Golden Age... a time when women wore leather gloves daily, and when chivalry was alive and well. Above, you can see the elegance of Elizabeth Taylor in a smart pair of my short every day glace gloves in my cloud white. Such delicate, ladylike gloves!

The film National Velvet (1944) was Taylor's first acting role, following shortly after by A Place in the Sun (1951)...

... which featured a lovely scene of elegance and a pair of my sensual past elbow gloves. The classic black leather opera-length glove is a timeless tradition, which can never go out of style. The beauty of the feminine form is brought to life in such gloves, which fit snugly over the hands and arm and follow their delicate contours.

 ~ Elizabeth Taylor properly demonstrates the sensual, seductive method of putting on a pair of my sensual shoulder high gloves

Though Elizabeth passed away in 2011, she will forever be known as "the greatest movie star of all". And she truly was a woman of elegance both on- and off-screen. She has left us with a unique mold for stardom and an example of elegance.

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