Victorian Sequin Skirt
Things have been quite hectic, what with closing on the cabin in the Poconos, organizing your sister’s wedding, and knocking the Mayfield account out of the park. You’ve hardly had time to even look at yourself.
But when three generations of men in one family flirt with you, it might be time to leave the party. Then again, this could be fun. It’s certainly entertaining. The details are as follows:
One is widowed.
One is nineteen.
The other is recently divorced.
Helen of Troy’s triangle wasn’t this complicated.
To make matters even more ridiculous, they all have the same name. You’re being pursued by Reginald Beckwith the first, second, and third. Congrats, my dear, you’ve pulled off what they refer to in hockey as the hat-trick.
Victorian Sequin Skirt (No. 5436). Gorgeous allover sequin design on nylon shell with spandex, solid black waistband. French seams, scalloped hem on the shell, straight sweep on lining (lining in contrasting bronze color), and invisible zipper with hook-and-eye closure on left. Upper-calf length. Imported.
Pairs well with The Sultry High-Neck Stretch-Satin Blouse (No. 5435).