Summer time and the living is easy. Fish are jumping….One of these mornings you’re going to rise up singing……no no no don’t you cry.
Putting this on my list.
1880-90s Late Victorian Corset Motif Bracelet, Silver, $550
What’s more Victorian than a corset? But I loved the abstraction here— making it almost architectural.
The buckle pulls this whole outfit together. So sorry I was born a bit too late to have provided buckles to the King. TCB. Indeed.
Memorable evening here [October 1981?]; tequila, food, escorted off the premises. The City of Angels.
As frustrating as they are elegant; the bow tie is the only way to finish a tuxedo…
1. Place the tie around your neck, leave a little extra length on the right.
2. Cross the longer end under the shorter end and then pass the longer end up and under to create a simple (figure ‘3’).
3. Fold the second blade in half and then twist it up and into position to form the front of the completed tie.
4. Drop the remaining blade over the front, then pinch the sides of the horizontally folded ends together.
5. Feed the middle of the hanging end through the gap between initial knot and the front blade of the bow tie. This will form the rear blade of the bow tie.
6. Tighten the bow tie by pulling the blades simultaneously and work the bow tie to a characterful finish.
With proceeds partially going to shark conservation, Quint would never approve.
To celebrate both the film’s 39th anniversary and the Fourth of July weekend (when all of Jaws's shark attacks happened), the company is re-releasing the beer with the now iconic 1975 can design.
It’s just that demon life thats got you in its sway.
"Some things get better with age.. Like me"