The Jazzy Trapeze Top
Having Fun Yet?
I sympathize. You want to go back to Berlin in ’65 and get a little Happy-Go-Lucky with Duke. Maybe even whisk onto the dance floor like Miss Dixon was known to do. You’d like to spend April in Paris with Count Basie at least one more time.
I think they’d be happy to have you.
There are ensembles for the wallflowers and there are ensembles that put heels on all four bars of the beat. As you can see, you don’t wear this fuchsia number to be invisible. Quite the opposite. It’s too good at moving with you, making your walk appear more like a glide.
I can hear Duke and Basie counting it down.
Let’s have some fun, baby.
The Jazzy Trapeze Top (No. 5397). Based on the trapeze silhouette made famous in the 1950s. Luxurious and silky poly crepe fabric with a slightly crinkled texture. Stretch lining. V-neckline with self-fabric collar. Bust darts, bra keepers, high/low bottom hem is shorter in front and longer in back. Pearl-finish button at center back with neck keyhole and loop closure.Imported.
Pairs well with The Jazzy Hollywood Waist Pant (No. 5398).