Jon Lovitz) in me, but I do love theatrical clothing.
My taste runs toward dressing like an extra in a Victorian chinney-sweep drama: full skirts, with nipped-in waists, ruffles and layers.
This is not the kind of clothing that one would expect to find in a sunny resort seaside town.
But find it I did, in downtown Nantucket, in the skirts designed by Krista Larson.
This skirt, the bakery skirt. has ruffles in front, but I'd turn them around to the back. It also has subtle striping.
Here's a sketch of the saloon skirt, which I would not wear to my local pub, but about town with flipflops or whatever.
And this crazily romantic skirt is knotted strategically. Maybe I will get out some elastic bands and begin knotting the contents of my closet.
Anyway, these skirts are made for starring in your own dramas, wherever your stage may be.