Remember the 80’s movie starring Molly Ringwald, along with several other teenagers that went on the great careers in Hollywood. It’s the story of teenage high school prom romance that featured a great pink dress that became Iconic.
Pink is symbolic of pure love, for example & is normally the color associated with girls and femininity. Pink is considered a color of good health and life – we speak of people being “in the pink” or the “freshness” of a newborn babe.
In 1947, fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli introduced the color “hot pink” to western fashion. She dubbed the shade “Shocking Pink,” though today the color is more well-known as “magenta.” Here are some “pinks” from SCORPIO VINTAGE
Winter coats or any coat for that matter can be plain, but with just a little touch of fur you have bit of pizzazz! Fur can be on the collar, cuffs or even fully lined! It can spruce up an older coat, and give it a whole new look. Then of course there’s the faux fur, and the animal print faux fur.
Here’s a few “Eye Candies” for your pleasure.
Made for the colder temperatures, this heavy textured wool coat has beauty and elegance when it’s topped off with a wide mink collar.
For those evenings out, we have a lighter weight faille in a neutral tone, with a mink collar that is done in a bit of a “wrap” style going down the front slightly.
These next two beauties are featured on our “COMING ATTRACTIONS”. Both are stroller length. The first is a Cheetah print done in a super plush faux fur.
Next we have my favorite, which is a Russian Lynx faux fur. Simply gorgeous and luxurious.
Both are stunning examples of what can be done in a faux fur fabric and are a much better choice than the real thing, and much more economical.