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This picture has been attributed to be of Janet Leigh seen wearing brown flats, a green long sleeve T-shirt, a brown thin waist belt, and a beige and white stripe waist-high knee length circle skirt (ca.

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Welcher dieser wundervollen Röcke steht mir wohl am Besten ? Which of these wonderful skirts suits me probably best?