There is nothing Joan likes better than a frolicking party. Off Broadway, my exclusive venue for buying vintage clothing, is having an "After Hours Social" this evening. Had to don past purchases to get the proper groove on.
Resplendent pin striped jacket with tapered waist and covered buttons. Two lapel pins are old. Circular pin by Phoenix Forrester.
Heap of necklaces by Susan Skinner. Dig it!
How much do you love this silk dress with padded shoulders in teal and yellow ornate pattern. Old wide red belt.
Paisley opaque hose a gift and red patent plats by J Lo. Warning.....Joan can get a tad fired up at parties.
Channeling my inner Marlon in my petroleum based jacket with gobs of studs. Dig it!
Back is cool also.
Beneath is Ark & Company color block dress. Autumnal colors counterbalance the fact that it's sleeveless. Thanks to global warming, I'm still wearing sleeveless dresses at the end of November! Wheeeeeeeeeeeeee!
Black fishnets with seams up the back and killer wool plaid platforms that I got for $13.00 online. Funny, I never went back to that website. Curiouser and curiouser.
Still waiting to unload some big screen T.V.'s and refrigerators, Georgie and I decide to concentrate on Mariposa bounty instead. Off white crepe peplum blouse with slender bow and black on black dotted tulle sleeves. Burnished gold and black dot metallic dirndl, have on glorious gold pumps bequeathed to me from Carla. Get out there and get your shopping on!
One of the country's earliest leading feminists, Zelda DID have a few problems however, probably due to her volatile marriage with the ole' hubby, F. Scott. She was a kick ass partier, that's for certain.
Little brocade jacket with faux fur collar and cuffs. Scrumptious! Tudor period or roaring 20's, you make the call.......
This little frock is definitely ZELDA. Opera pearl pattern on lycra.
Dig the back!
Wide mesh fishnets and petroleum based black and white plats from TUX. Zelda 's up for a little drinky-poo!