In the 1950s, there was a two-block section of Roxbury Drive, just north of Sunset Boulevard, in Beverly Hills, where receiving guests bordered on the surreal.
Jimmy Stewart might have popped by with sweet corn or cabbage from his garden. Jack Benny would leave publicity photos on his front stoop for fans. Sometimes he would even catch a ride home on a tour bus after visiting a friend. Lucille Ball handed out Halloween candy to children.
Most, if not all, of these houses have been demolished to make way for gauche replacements. We decided to create something worthy of the old Roxbury Drive. For old, and better, time’s sake.
The 1950s Roxbury Drive Holiday Dress (No. 5427). For receiving your glamorous neighbors. Button-front dress with velvet collar. Rayon-blend fabric with some spandex for stretch. 16 velvet-covered dome shank buttons. Princess seams at front and back, 3/4-sleeves with vented back, slit at center front hem, light shoulder pads, fully lined. Below-knee length. Imported.
Pairs well with The Sterling Silver & Clear Crystal Earrings (No. 5535).
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The 1950s Roxbury Drive Holiday Dress