Thursday, February 06, 2014


If you are on the East Coast, it feels like the dead of winter.  If you are in Los Angeles, it feels like fall one moment and summer the next.  What's a global fashionista to do?  Wear vintage Holly Harp, of course. 

This early 1970s boho wool-blend dress may be autumnal in color story, but the flouce of the sleeve, peplum at the waist, and ease of drape in floral print is perfect for the hippie-dippie Woodstock-er music festival VIP pass attendee we all have inside and of us at any time of the year.  Imagine wearing this in Coachella next month with a pair of roman sandals?  If you are in NYC today, top this dress with a shearling and Doc Martens for fighting the elements.  In LA, throw on a pair of Manolos and hit an award season party in effortless style.   

Holly translated counter-cultural fashion but made it sellable at tony stores like Bendel's and Bergdorf's.  She also believed a woman remained sexy during every decade of her life:

"I still have a sexy little girl in me that won't quit."
-Holly Harp at 47
Don't Quit!

Holly Harp wool floral print dress with zip up front detail, c. 1970's. Modern size 2 to 4. 
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