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Early Saturday morning, Ms. Gene Marshall was very flustered when she arrived at Boxpleat Fashions.

"Ms. Marshall," I said, a little concerned, "we don't have you scheduled for a fitting today..."

"Nothing! I have nothing to wear!" And out poured the story of how she had been invited, only last night mind you, to an embassy soiree. Now, I could tell it was important because Ms. Marshall is usually the most patient and calm of all my customers.

"We'll find you something....even if it is the dress off Ms. Lord's back!" She sighed and collapsed into her favorite chair in our showroom while I headed for the work room to see what we had lying around.

Ms. Marshall's dress is a combination of rich black velveteen and silver satin with a velvet embossed vine motif. The dress features the narrowest of velvet straps. The circular skirt is open in the front to show black tulle and just a hint of the lovely legs underneath.

She is wearing opera length black gloves, a black and crystal bead choker, stockings and black pumps.

Black Pumps from Kingstate are included in the auction. As many people already own a pair of these shoes, you may pass on them and subtract $5.00 from your high bid.

Silver and Black Evening Gown in the Flamenco Style

"Nothing to Wear" is displayed on "Symphony in G."
Doll is not included in auction.
These accessories are included in the auction


This ensemble is an original hand crafted one of a kind.
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