Here’s a little mid-week inspiration, courtesy of the San Francisco Ballet and the St. John’s store on Market Street.
(I snapped these pics with my blackberry, so my apologies for the quality)
Like a moth to a flame,
Like a fly to honey,
I was drawn in by the tractor beam of THIS: Because the reaction of every woman walking by is priceless.
I wonder if St. John's has hidden cameras in front of the window?
Traditional tutu gown: Princess-cut white crushed velvet, with silver snowflake appliqués and sequins.
Just watch our eyes light up with awe and wonderment!
What's that sound?? Oh, that's my inner child squealing with delight, for a dress like this is what we all dream about, isn't it?
I was never a big fan of white crushed velvet, but suddenly I want yards and yards of it!!
Here's another bit of magical ballet goodness:
Liquid-y silver asymmetrical toga-style gown, with stunning strategic silver beading,
sequins, and rhinestones.
Moon wire headdress with pearls and silver beads.
-Kathleen, In Oakland