Miss Stardust of 1948

A couple of points about this beauty queen.

1) Mother was also a beauty queen, "Miss Brooklyn of 1928." Alas, I can find no pix of the elder Bayes.

2) Should a beauty queen who represents the "falsie" industry be considered for her natural endowments, or her falsie-assisted curves?

3) Note the loving care and extra attention that WU brings to all its posts, as we present the previous year's winner below, as a supplement.


Original pic here.


Original article here.


Original ad here.
     Posted By: Paul - Thu Sep 01, 2016
     Category: Beauty, Ugliness and Other Aesthetic Issues | Body Modifications | Children | Parents | 1920s | 1940s

How times (and diets) have changed. To find a beauty contestant with a 24" waist today, you have to watch "Toddlers and Tiaras".
Posted by Fritz G on 09/02/16 at 06:26 AM
There seems to have been a lack of vision by the Stardust Co., stopping at the C cup. Demand nowadays goes up to around a size R.
Posted by Virtual on 09/02/16 at 08:28 AM
Every time falsies are mentioned I think of the make out scene from "Animal House."
Posted by KDP on 09/02/16 at 11:23 AM
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