Suited for Versatility.
Gray is neither black nor white, but a combination of the two. It's quietly elegant and sophisticated. Gray is a neutral and a perfect backdrop for unexpected pops of color such as red, turquoise, or violets.
Monolithic Studios' lady director Ivy Jordan looks smart in a soft palette of gray, taupe, and cream. The beautifully tailored gray jacket from Integrity's "Suited for Fur" ensemble has been updated by removing the lavender "mink" cuffs for maximum versatility. The jacket is paired with the houndstooth skirt from Ashton Drake's "Afternoon Off", blouse from Bogue's Vogues, and spectator shoes from Robert Tonner's Brenda Starr Collection. Additional accessories include a delightful felt topper and taupe suede gauntlet gloves from The Couture Touch. A chenille handbag and dramatic fur, both from Ashton Drake, complete the ensemble.
Miss Jordan changes the look of her suit ensemble by adding a black skirt, shoes, and purse from Sandra Stillwell, and a matching scarf from Mattel. Hat and pin are from The Couture Touch. Fur is borrowed from Integrity's "C'est Moi" Madra Lord, and gloves and bracelet are from Ashton Drake.
The little gray jacket dresses up in dramatic fashion by reuniting it with its original dress and adding the turquoise scarf from Integrity's Swim-suited to a "T" costume. Hat, gloves, snakeskin belt, and earrings are all from The Couture Touch. Fur from miniature furrier PD Root, brooch from Integrity, and purse from Sandra Stillwell.
Fashion and Color by Mary Garthe, Rockport Publishers, Inc. 1995.
|Photo courtesy genemarshalldoll.com|
The original "Suited for Fur" is from Integrity's 2007 Silver Screen Gene Marshall Collection.
Color Deal Ivy Jordan is from Integrity.
Blue Belle Gene Marshall, enhanced with an Integrity articulated body, is from Ashton Drake.