I've seen one with a belt but I'm not sure the one I have was even supposed to have the belt as there are no loops on this coat. Regardless, it is a wonderful coat and I enjoy wearing it.
My hair started the day off rather nice and curly. I used hot sticks and quite like them but I don't think I put in enough hair spray because by a couple hours later my curls started to dissipate:)
50's Lilli Ann Plaid Princess Coat -recent acquisition
50's blouse (even with the higher waisted skirt this blouse didn't have much length to tuck in. I was a bit surprised by this but still a nice blouse.)
50's high waist black skirt (from a suit) with a lovely side metal zipper. I highly recommend buying vintage suits on the cheap (especially black) as you also can find great use for the skirts.
Rhinestone screw-back earrings (I'm thinking I much prefer screw-back to clip-on, at least you can control the strength, they should bring these back:) I have some clip-on earrings that I can't wear for very long because they just press too hard on my ears.
Shoes: Pas De Rouge on sale, awesome walking shoes. I don't think they have my style anymore.
Waiting on the tracks for the train:
In the city, how fun to be able to skate in Rockefeller Plaza, the tree wasn't quite ready yet:
I know I've shared the restroom decor in Radio City before but I had to share it again as it's so remarkable. The ladies restroom in Radio City screams old school glamour with the little tables that you can quite imagine charming ladies applied their makeup at and chatting about how lovely each other's outfits are with a cocktail in one hand and a lipstick tube in another. I didn't get the seat count but it was quite impressive the number of little chairs and seats in this lounge area seats on both sides of the room. Very art deco and so glad they have kept this piece of history.
A picture of the lovely ladies in their wonderful outfits, a very festive show: