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Friday, April 13th, 2018

All hues of amethyst prevail this week. How boho chic is that Cavalli on the right?!? It makes me swoon… The print must be a copy of an old Deco piano shawl. These were hand embroidered on silk and usually had long fringes along the edge. We’ve had many of these through the shop over the years, including this one that is actually still available in the sale room right now. Oh Roberto, you do have style.

L~1970’s plunging knit dress, size 6. 1960’s brass knot necklace.

C~1960’s chiffon mini dress, size 4. Now on sale!

R~Roberto Cavalli silk chiffon print halter gown, size 4-6.

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Friday, March 16th, 2018

Here’s a wee bit ‘o’ green for ya in honor ‘o’ St. Paddy’s day tomorra. FYI, these are probably my top three favorite dresses in the whole shop right now.  Check out the flora & fauna on that centre stretch silk Cavalli. Why don’t you swing by and see them in person this weekend? Who knows, you might get lucky and find the purrrrfect dress.

L~Missoni 2pc slip dress, size 6. Deco necklace.

C~Cavalli stretch silk gown with lace cutouts, size 2-6 sold. Deco necklace.

R~Prada brocade dress with ribbon detail, size 6.

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Friday, May 13th, 2016

Fresh squeezed tangerines are now juicing it up in our window. (And by juicing I don’t mean the steroid crazy/scary muscle kind, that would be weirder than GMOs….) Warm weather time is now here and that means THOSE events are soon approaching. What will you be wearing?  C’mon in for a visit and let us show you something sweet from our collection. Lots of new party and day dresses added weekly.

L~ 1960’s chiffon dress, size 4. (Crinoline sold separately.) Worn with a Deco brass and Czech glass belt.

C~ Roberto Cavalli sik floral print bias-cut dress, size S. Worn with a 1960’s clear crystal expandable choker. Sold

R~ 1960’s satin rosebud dress, size 4-6. On sale!

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Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

This is our anarchistic pattern mash-up of a window. Somehow we find fluidity to it- like mixing sweet with salty. Consider it the visual version of a sea salted caramel bon bon. Surprisingly delightful, isn’t it?