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Plain Black Tunic Round Neck Long Sleeves Club Dresses

Pink Charmingly Elegant Asymmetrical One Shoulder Sheer Bandage Cocktail Dress

Navy Black Color Block V Neck Ruched Pleated Cocktail Dress

Gray Urban Glam Girl Multi Color Designer Print Spaghetti Strap Bandage Club Dress

Belly Tattoo

Over the past 50–100 years, it has become more acceptable for ordinary people to have tattoos and less so for the aristocracy - a reversal of the situation in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Arm Tattoo

During the latter decades of the 20th century tattooing became a popular social practice worldwide. Many younger (and some older) people today either have aspirations to have a tattoo somewhere on their body, or already have one or more.

Shoulder Tattoo

American woman with arms and chest covered with tattoos, 1907
Tattooing spread among the upper classes all over Europe in the 19th century, but particularly in Britain where it was estimated in Harmsworth Magazine in 1898 that as many as one in five members of the gentry were tattooed.

Pictures Tattoo

Sir Martin Frobisher (1535–1595) on May 31, 1577 set out on his second voyage from Harwich, England with 3 ships and about 120 men to find a north west passage to China and the promise of gold ore.

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