...I only *look* like I ran off to join the circus.
This Chessa Davis skirt is impossible to accessorise. I'm not typically a fan of the, "less is more" thinking, but I didn't think the skirt required competition for attention.
Yep, there's a lot going on there. Wild as the skirt looks, Chessa Davis didn't make clothes for hippies-these were for well-off socialites and the like. First Lady Betty Ford wore Chessa Davis clothing, though I'm sure with a ruffly blouse and roller-set hair the overall look would be a bit more sophisticated. I'm about as sophisticated as a sack of spuds.
I love the signed clay trinkets hanging off the skirt. They're fragile, but can be removed for laundering. I'm amazed they survived intact this long.
Oh no, that hemline doesn't scream, "clown" at all. Not one bit.
Chessa Davis skirt, Thrift World, Millard
Black Top-Gordman's (years ago)
Earrings-World Market (also about 10 years ago)
Rings-All over the place
Bright red bangle (weighs a TONNE) Goodwill
I ordered the new shower curtain. I'll just bet you're shaking with excitement. I know I am.