Get Ready 50’s Style

Whether you’re going to a 50’s birthday party. prom or Mystery Dinner like “A Dance with Death” at the St George Theater you want to have fun and dress the part. Need some ideas?



A simple solution is to add a scarf to your outfit.  Tie on a sheer chiffon scarf – they come in a rainbow of colors. They look fine in a ponytail, as a neck scarf or even tied on your wrist or purse handle.   A Polka Dot Headscarf is a rockabilly twist – the scarf is wired to make a bow and hold the shape.





Here’s Gina and Doreen getting ready for the upcoming  “Murder Mystery Dinner Show: A Dance with Death” at the St George Theatre, Staten Island, NY..  They’re wearing Cat Eye Glasses and Sheer Scarves to create that classic 50’s style.


Circle Skirts or Poodle Skirts look great with a white blouse and of course Bobby Sox.  Add a crinoline if you’re going to dance to make your skirt swing but otherwise it’s ok to wear the skirt without one.  Dressing up should be comfortable and fun.

We have more dress up inspiration at  Sock Hop or 50’s Party

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Murder Mystery Dinner Show: A Dance with Death

This 1950’s prom is a doo wop disaster! When a death on the dance floor makes this prom night a party foul, it is up to you to figure out whodunit and get this dance back on track. Trade clues with your guests, gather information about the crime, and reveal the punk that made this prom nowheresville. This night of laughter and dancing is now too heavy to razz anyone’s berries, so it’s up to you to find the murderer! Word from the bird is this is one show you will not want to miss. This night is shootin’ to be swell despite the disaster.  .



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