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Mirage - Tropical Pin-up Girls - Violet

Mirage - Tropical Pin-up Girls - Violet
US$ 11.25 / yard
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Min 0.5 yard, incr. of 0.25 yard

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These lovely young ladies are illustrated in the style that Vargas made famous in the 1950's. The girls are both sweet and sexy - this genre of illustration were often made into "pin-ups" and used by soldiers in their quarters to inspire them! The clean, airbrushed quality of the women is juxtaposed with lush, tropical blossoms and foliage, adding the the overall ambiance of this retro collection. Tropical girls are about 9" tall, because of the 24" repeat please order 1 yard minimum to get the full repeat of the design, 'Mirage' from the 'Nicole's Prints' collection by Alexander Henry.

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