Monday, October 27, 2008

WINDOW DRESSING AT 7TH AND MONTANA ...!


It was curtains yesterday for an Unfortunate Fashion Victim who made the scene at 7th and Montana wearing what appeared to be her drapes. "Get a load of that," I said, as the woman made her way across 7th Street, "She's wearing her living room curtains." Indeed, her skirt -- a shimmering, ankle-length train wreck-- had so many pleats and swoops it looked like she pulled it straight off the valance. "All that's missing is a pull chord so she can turn it into a mini-skirt," said Susan, dryly. Perhaps, like a modern day Scarlett O'Hara, she was using her last remaining possession, her curtains, to save her plantation from foreclosure. Unfortunately, that look went Out with the Wind ...!

8 comments:

garnett109 said...

Marty I don't give a Damn lol!

Traci said...

garnett stole my line!

Beth said...

Mine, too!

It looks like a curtain at some place that might be called the Palais Royale. Although an adjustable skirt is nothing short of brilliant!

Beth

Dawn said...

Yikes... very Scarlette... and ugly! LOL

be well...

ecccch said...

Well, just think if it was venician blinds!

Saltydawg said...

She reminds me of one of those Spanish dolls that you put over the spare toilet roll to hide it.
Hasn't everyone got one?
Gaz ;-)

Lynne said...

Very Odd...even the strangest of sorts in DC don't dress like the people at 7th and Montana....lol

Myra said...

Out with the wind...OMG...too funny!! I'm sure you have a character that hangs out at 7th & Montana that can help her!