are definitely back as evidenced during the recent L.A. Fashion Week... skinny
jeans, blouson blouses, shredded sweaters, leggings and red plaid prints
adorned the runways of hip denim designers.
The site is stocked with all the attitude of the Me Decade like sexy
(check out the sequined tube tops, and clingy bodysuits)... cool
(don't miss the red knit Patrick Kelly, the YSL wrap-top or the Diane Freis
floral)... and funky
(green shaggy and Old Skool ski essentials.) Male Fashion Diggers should check
out the great
like Gucci loafers and B&W spectators.
Lisa just added an adorable 1950s red and white gingham dress and couture baby
blue top and skirt with hand knitted appeal, an 80s one piece with culottes
shorts in a 40s style and a fabulous 1960s floral trio ensemble including a
dress, coat, and belt that doubles as a scarf!
This shop added a 70s purple disco dress, a 60s squaw cotton dress
w/appliqué, a 50s white mohair capelet/shrug and a pretty 50s pink
floral garden day dress. Don't miss the sexy 50s cotton eyelet & suede
3" heels for a lucky size 6.
Judy: I bought a
vintage Pucci dress recently. I'm beginning to think it might be a nightgown.
It has a white background and aqua, turquoise, green and blue geometric
triangles. It has a v neck and is just below the knee and is very sheer. It
came with a jacket to match. The jacket has long sleeves and a ruffled button
down, also very sheer. I am planning to wear it to an event. I will need to
wear some kind of slip under it. It has a label Emilio Pucci for Formfit Rogers
and of course the EPFR little stamps all over. Is this a dress or a nightgown?