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Infection Prevention And Control Nurse Gabriella D'Amato Talks About Her Experiences As A Plus Size Vintage Fashion Enthusiast

During these challenging times, I wanted to take time to recognize and thank the amazing men and women on the front lines who risk their lives everyday for us. So, I interviewed Gabriella D'Amato; she's an Infection prevention and control nurse from the UK with a passion for vintage fashion. I asked her questions concerning her job, style, and the advice she had for women of a lager size who want to start dressing in vintage/pinup fashion.
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