Sunday, January 2, 2011

Guess Who?


Who wore it, darlings?

34 comments:

  1. I'm going to go out on a limb (although I'm sure I'm wrong) and say Bette Davis....in her later years.

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  2. if joan collins didn't wear it, she dreamed it.

    and i must share the word verification.....

    bostonm


    isn't that cute?

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  3. I'm going to also go with Bette Davis, her or Meryl Streep

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  4. I saying Liza....looks like a Liza dress.

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  5. Elizabeth Taylor - or one of the Golden Girls.. ;")

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  6. Could it be Dolly Parton ?
    Wish you the best for 2011.

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  7. Although it’s a little Joan Collins’y, I’m seeing Mitzi Gaynor maybe even Elaine Stritch or Shirley MacLaine....yep Mitzi, Elaine or Shirley, for sure.

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  8. Barbara Bush?
    Thank you for your stylish & engaging blog. I remain a huge fan.
    You have given me much pleasure with your good reads in 2010.
    I wish you peace & prosperity in 2011.

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  9. liza gets my vote.

    keep up the fab work, dahlings.

    h p n y !

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  10. What an ugly dress. It looks like something Melanie Griffith would wear to play a cheap hooker.

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  11. with those shoulders, I would have to go back to the Dynasty gals, Joan Collins or Linda Evens. I would go with Linda, since Joan always wore the whore colors...

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  12. Due to the broad shoulders... I'll say Joan Crawford.....

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  13. I was thinking Joan Collins as well

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  14. I KNOW that dress! I am going with Bette Davis in one of her 40s mellers ....... do tell us soon!

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  16. how about Mae West with the addition of a huge white fur stole (or white feather boa- - -) and a very chic hat with a very wide brim or maybe a black cloche with major white feathers??

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  17. Joan Collins or Diahann Carroll. I'm having a definite Dynasty flashback here, darlings...I detect a hint of shoulder padding in this dress.

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  18. I'm saying Ann-Margret. Really!

    (Oh, and Norma... my verification word was biness. No hyphen, sadly! lol)

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  19. Could it be an Adrian done for Madame Crawford?

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  20. I'm gonna go out on a limb as well, I could swear I saw Oprah wearing something like this but I think it had some green in it ... HAPPY NEW YEAR T.J. LOVE LOVE LOVE your site. I look forward to it every day!

    XOXO
    Deb

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  21. I'm going with the belief that the shoulder pads are 1940s shoulder pads... Joan Crawford!

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  22. I'm guessing Claudette Colbert but mostly because I love saying her name.

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  23. I am sure I saw it in colour and it was shades of green ? Am I right or am I right ?

    If not Bette then perhaps Susan ?

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  24. Ha Ha! I was also going to say one of the Golden Girls!

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