Monday, 2 February 2015

Café Society Girl

The year 1961 saw the return of long evening dresses which were more often slender than bouffant. The Golightly Gown from ghee is a simple full length form fitting black gown with a plunging back, complete with opera length gloves with Slink appliers inspired by Hepburn's character Holly Golightly in the movie classic Breakfast at Tiffany's. 

This chic Golightly Gown cuts in one long unbroken sweep from neckline to feet molded to the figure more by bias handling of supple material than by the shaping of seams. At the feet was the popular ghee pointed black plums.

To complete the look of an eccentric cafe society girl in the 60s, I have styled my hair into a vogue, very high sperical coiffure and wore a flawless skin and lipstick from 7 Deadly s{k}ins.


Style Card
ghee ~ Golightly Gown @ Event@1st

ghee ~ Golightly glove [comes with Slink applier hud] @  Event@1st

ghee ~ Audrey Pumps @ Event@1st

7 Deadly s{K}ins ~  January GROUP GIFT girls 2015 no cleavage [Taupe] 

LeLutka ~ Agdalen hair [Syrup]

Donna Flora ~ MISS-G white necklace and earrings set

JCNY - Madame Couture, Cigarette and Holder

Pictures taken at
1930's Farson Square
with special thanks to Jogi Schultz,owner and creator of 1930's Farson Square

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