meh. I don't care. Ladies probably wore cheap orange dresses in the 20s and 30s. IMO, colors don't necessarily make clothing "out of theme" especially in an era and culture that used a wide variety of colors in their clothing.
Maybe this one is warmer for her to wear as the temps drop in the winter season. Though, they could have given her a faux fur stole.
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I don't know about Southern California, but in Northern California it's been an average of 40 degrees, so I could see it being a wether issue.
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The new dress looks like something a sales clerk would wear.
Originally Posted by Attic Haunt
I agree it looks more like a sales clerk outfit.
I think you two actually hit the nail on the head. The entire storyline is that she was "working at the Five and Ten and dreaming of becoming a star". Now, while I agree the colors are quite a flamboyant choice(you would think a shop girl in the 1920's would wear more neutral colors), I do believe this costume actually follows the story of Five & Dime a little bit better.