LC 1920's Nightgown
"For God’s sake Scott, just put him in one of your stories."
The rumor (unsubstantiated, of course) is that she stormed out of her room at midnight and broke up a fight between F. Scott Fitzgerald and George Reemus in the halls of the Seelbach. If true (of course not), this would have been around 1918, when Scott was stationed at Camp Taylor in Louisville.
A former teetotaler turned swashbuckling bootlegger, Reemus would go on to murder his wife in the street after discovering her affair with the FBI agent who sent him to prison.
Scott would go on to write a book about a fellow named Gatsby.
The girl would go on to inspire more events (but surely not this one) of varying historical and cultural significance. Some in this nightgown.
The 1920’s Nightgown (No. 4426). In a difficult to ignore yellow with cream lace. Fitted style with an empire waist with self-fabric tie in back. Lace detail on shell of waistline. Made from sleek viscose taffeta with french seam finishes. Ankle length.
They will listen to your reason whether it’s reasonable or not.
Fabric Content: 100% Viscose. Care Instructions: Dry Clean Only. Total Length: Ranges from 52