Melissa from Specs And The City recreates the vintage style of Betty Draper from Mad Men.

Betty Draper is by far the most feminine icon of a glamorous bygone era. She is complicated and constantly questioning the outdated ideals on which she was raised. She goes through such a journey of good and bad and everything in between, yet her sense of style NEVER has an off day. You've got to appreciate the effort in a world where sweatpants and slippers in public simply weren't an option. Here I've gathered all the essential tools to twirl in her perfect shoes. Full skirts, pearls, martinis, and apple pie make for my favorite version of Betty's style: the 1950's lonesome housewife. SO glamorous and tragic...the most beautiful contrasts.

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