What's new for Fall of 1942? A little fur, a lot of Ingenuity. Monolithic Studio's Miss Madra Lord and Miss Violet Waters demonstrate 4 ways to wear FUR this Fall.
The canvas: A well-tailored, houndstooth jacket from Ashton Drake's Star Wardrobe Collection paired with a black velveteen skirt from Bogue's Vogues. Lace-trimmed blouse from "Hello Hollywood Hello" suit ensemble. Shoes from "Bandolier Morado" by Sandra Stillwell.
Here's a technique for twining your stole: slung backwards, winding up as a muff. Fur from PD Root, hat and gloves from The Couture Touch, jewelry and cigarette holder from Ashton Drake.
You can never wear too much FUR: here worn as a shoulder drape and paired with a matching muff. Fur from PD Root, hat from Ashton Drake's "First Stop, Chicago" suit ensemble, gloves from The Couture Touch.
A stole, spiralled to form dramatic arm bands of FUR. Fur, hat, and purse from PD Root, gloves from Ashton Drake.
A fur neck scarf for warmth and style. Fur scarf and earrings from The Couture Touch. Hat and purse are borrowed from an ooak Barbie doll ensemble, artist unknown. Embroidered gloves from The Star Wardrobe Collection by Ashton Drake and eye glasses from Horsman.
A restyled "Siren in the Night" Madra Lord from Ashton Drake enhanced with an Integrity articulated body.
"Sunset Serenade" Violet Waters from Integrity.
Table from Retros by Liz Cole.
Telephone and scripts from "A Hot Day in Hollywood" Accessory Set by Ashton Drake.