I just found out I have a party to attend after Christmas. What I wouldn't do for that skirt! Just gorgeous!H.H.
I know-fantastic isn't it, though the idea still is great with tailored white shirt and lack skirt.
It is brilliant and of course Schiap is an idol of mine. Perfect for the festive season!Merry Christmas!
love your blog !!! always ....the 1948 incredibly beautiful ,even inspired by wall behind ...Dress up, and enjoy while young .my best Christmas Wishes to you Phyllis Newman
I would love to see the real skirt and you know this one must have rustled too,as you say.
I would duel, murder, and maim for that skirt. But I really prefer it with that black tall-neck skinny-torso turtleneck [the top must be played tight/close so it won't pick a fight with the visual mass below], sleeves pushed up to 4/5 length. Is that THE Phyllis Newman in line ahead of me? I love that woman.
Just makes Philip Johnson's warning about Frank Lloyd Wright's cinderblock walls all the more poignant. People who live in glass houses give prettier parties!
Oh! This knocked the breath out of me for five minutes!YIKES!!!Your eye is unerring; and your writing divine!I think that is the biggest compliment I can give!! If I think of a bigger one; I will add it!!Penelope