Pierre Balmain, 1950 - dress styles gained popularity with the creation of Dior's postwar "New Look" in In when Dior left the army, he joined the fashion house of Lucien Lelong, where he and Pierre Balmain were the primary designers.
This also looks like a common outfit of mine---a swingy dress with a cardigan, hair up, bright tights. Here, I especially like the neutral tone of the dress against the rich burgundy of the tights & the mossy green of the sweater.
This is a really beautiful redheaded girl. I am very partial to that color. This is how girls looked when I was a teen. This goes for the big and heavy inch bike with the wicker basket. It it is filled with many memories for me.