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The 1950s took bridal fashions in a totally different direction. Glamor and femininity were the style of the day, and ladylike gowns with big bouffant skirts and yards of lace were all the rage. The streamlined silhouettes of the Depression and war years vanished. One of the most famous brides of the 1950s was the charming Miss Jacqueline Bouvier when she wed Senator John F. Kennedy in 1953. Her gown was fairly typical of the era (though not at all representative of her own personal aesthetics): a portrait neckline with cap sleeves, a very fitted bodice, and a full petticoated skirt. The portrait neckline is …