Friday, August 11, 2006

August 11th 2006

You cannot deny it, we are moving closer to fall and with that means a whole new wardrobe. We can take it a little heavier and a little darker. With that in mind you do not want to loose your stylish ways and give in to the safety of black is back. Try these fun numbers below for a little extra something something when you need it.
Below is an East West musical instruments Parrot leather jacket dated from the late 1960s. The leather work is intricate and bold. The fit is perfect. The front and back equally show just as much attention to detail and design as eachother and the colors are soft earthy tones which compliment the style of this jacket. Sold

This Geoffrey Beene, early 1990s mini dress is perfect for the book soiree your editor is throwing for you this evening. A classic LBD with some sexy flair. It is made of silk crepe and has a lace and sequin insert that runs along the back diagonally. It is a one shoulder dress, cut to reveal a touch of skin. Here shown from front and back. Sold

This Revillon Blond Mink stole is dated from the 1950s. Appearing as a coat with 3/4 sleeves from the front the capelet effect on the back is a pleasant surprise on closer inspection. It is in great condition and once you put it on you will only enjoy it all the more. It is lined with ivory silk. Shown from front and back.

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