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You guys....this is uncanny! Can we talk about how Ms. Kayleigh George is Jacqueline Kennedy reincarnated?
This is just a preview to Halloween where she will be decked out in full Jackie O regalia, complete with spot-on accent.
Are you dressing up for the holiday? What costume ideas are floating around those clever minds of yours? Do tell!
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I love it! I'm going as Peggy Olsen from Mad Men. :)
October 10, 2011 at 03:25 PM
This year Halloween will be on Monday - ballroom dancing lesson night for me. I have a 50's outfit and if we are learning the swing, I will definitely wear it :)
September 28, 2011 at 07:03 PM
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