Monday, April 9, 2012

In "Style"

For several years, I have been aiding and abetting my dear friend, Judy,, with her original style show.  She not only designed and made the outfits but wrote the script and presents it complete with jokes and commentary in her role as the "Common Tater".  You can see her Idaho inspired outfit above.  We recently held the show for the Kohler Senior Citizen group. 
Several friendly models also posed in their trend setting outfits.  Ann chose a casual look in her T-shirt with details by Lipton and Augusta National.  She wears it over bell bottom pants and has added "matching" accessories.  Betty has topped a checkered skirt with a double breasted jacket and the classy pillbox hat, courtesy of Walgreens.  Katchen is all dressed for travel in her nylon dress that never needs ironing.  In keeping with the neutral theme, she chose "toast" accessories.  I also joined the crew with my favorite costume, the "slip over sweater" with "capped" sleeves.  My jewelry (by Tiffany of course) is fourteen carat and you can't miss my "picture" hat!  Finally, we had to have a bride, and my lovely neighbor was persuaded to fill the roll.  She was led in by a bridle and carried a nose gay donated by our local plastic surgeon.  Her sweet little daughter was our "Flour" girl.
Now you see what you can be done with a vivid imagination and a sense of humor!


Shirley said...

I really like your fashion show and the sense of humor. It gave me a chuckle which was much needed. Have a great day. Your Missouri friend.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

"Peacox Creations" has been included in an edition of Thinking of Christmas Gifts in July for 2012. I hope this helps to point many new visitors (not to mention customers!) in your direction.