Thursday, August 30, 2012

What To Wear: Patsy Cline exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Posted By on Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 9:00 AM

Are you excited about the recently opened Patsy Cline: Crazy For Loving You exhibit that Jewly Hight wrote up for this week's Scene? We are, too, and we also love any excuse to dress up, so we rounded up some of our favorite Patsy looks.

Get inspired, hit some of our awesome local vintage stores and get down to the hall to check out the incredible exhibit, filled with stage costumes, previously unheard recordings, personal photographs and letters, and some of Cline's possessions (we heard rumors of an awesome salt-and-pepper shaker collection).

Red capris and gold booties? Way before your time, Miss Cline. Pick up something similar at Hip Zipper.

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This fringed cowgirl shirt and skirt combo is not for the faint of heart. If you're going to wear this, wear it with confidence. We bet you can find something at Katy K.

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Classic with a twist: a crisp white shirt, black high-waisted skinnies and some incredible white booties. The ladies at Goodbuy Girls or High Class Hillbilly can help you with those booties!

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A vision in white. Perhaps Local Honey has a vintage dress or a locally-designed gown that would channel this?

Garden party? Some fake fur would recreate this chic fall look.

A fierce red lip never goes out of style. You'll be crazy about this lipstick.

The exhibit runs through June 10, 2013.

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