The piece got me thinking about how to make a version for myself, in a slinky black jersey, which I will wear to eat bonbons and order about the pool boy. I quite like the scoop neck and waist tie on this pattern, which is a reproduction from Decades of Style called the "kitchenette pajama:"
Marfy pattern, which has a glamorous bodice and the same turkish pant legs of the Muriel King on exhibit. Marfy calls it a "cross between the 1950s and the Far East."
What do you think of this whole look? It's one thing to imagine yourself wearing this while your butler brings you champagne and strawberries . . . and yet another to actually wear it. We've debated jumpsuits here before, but this is the most glamorous I've seen them. Can these slinky versions change your mind?