Last Chance Dept.
She had a 20-year career as a writer and publisher.
She won equestrian events and spoke multiple languages.
She turned the sun room into a kindergarten.
She was the first to call it Camelot.
We thought her a bit out of touch at times.
Beyond our touch might be more appropriate.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis had that indefinable quality that draws people in and never lets go. Such is the power of charisma. But she had a rare courage too. The courage to move forward.
If you ask me, that is what the “Jackie O” look was all about.
If you’ve got that, then pearls are indeed always appropriate.
Sleeveless Low Back Dress (No. 5123). Inspired by Miss Bouvier. 100% silk crepe de chine. Low V-neckline in back to showcase your exquisite shoulder blades. French seam finishes. Below knee length. Vertical seaming detail extends from neckline to waist with horizontal seam to sides. Self-fabric tie belt. Dyed-to-match beading at center back. Opening at bottom of beading for tie belt. Shaping darts at back bodice. Box pleat at center back skirt. Vertical panel seams at back skirt.
Women’s sizes: 0 through 20.
Glass Pearl Multi-Strand Necklace (No. 5124). Seven strands of cream colored glass pearls in two sizes and grouped into three sections. Flower made of clear crystals and pearls with brass backing. Brass filigree clasp with brass hook closure. Flower can be worn centered or off to the side. Handmade in USA.
Dimension: 17 1/2” length x 1 1/4” diameter.
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